The standard of the European Committee for Standardization CENT / TS-15359 defines:
“Recovered Solid Fuels (RSF) are solid fuels prepared from non-hazardous waste to be used for energy recovery purposes in incineration or co-incineration plants and that meet the requirements OF classification and specifications established in the CENT / TS -15359 of the European Committee for Standardization”.DOWNLOAD PROCESS Flyer-1 DOWNLOAD PROCESS Flyer-2
Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) / Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF)
The usable waste that can be used for this process are the follow:
- (MSW) – Municipal Solid Waste
- (C&I) – Commercial and Industrial Waste
- (TDF) – Tyre Derived Fuel
Alternative to the Fossil Fuels
Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) reduces or eliminates dependence on non-renewable fossil fuels (coal and petroleum products).
At the same time reduces or eliminate the dependece of the fluctuation of its (coal and petroleum products) prices , while ensuring the same operability and the same quality.ASK FOR MORE INFORMATION
Different Areas of Application
Areas of application of alternative fuels:
- Steel industry.
- Combined cycle plants.
- Lime plants.
- Multi-fuel thermal power stations.
- Industrial boilers.
New Design Compact Plant
During the last years, Grupo SPR has developed a new Compact Plant design for the production of Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF), from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) and Scrap Tyres (TDF).
This new design obtains a great reduction in the investment cost, operation cost and footprint necessary for the installation. The material obtained is a Refuse Derived Fuel (WDF) capable of being fed the cogeneration plants.RDF Compact Plant Scrap Tyre Compact Plant