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Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) Production System

Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) Production System

FE is the largest RDF plant contractor in Japan, having a proven track record of more than 20 plants.
A Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) Plant transforms sorted and collected flammable refuse (including house hold waste and plastics) into valuable solid fuel with a heat value of 16 to 20 MJ/kg.
The refuse is subjected to the processes of foreign substance removal, crushing, drying, mixing with slaked lime, and finally formed into solid fuel, RDF. The process is able to handle high-moisture refuse. RDF is easy to transport and store.
The RDF is suitable for a wide range of applications, including an energy source for air conditioning of public facilities and fuel for power generation and cement production.

Reference Plants

Name
Hakui-Koiki Association Recycle Center
Capacity
66 tons/day (33 tons/day × 2 lines)
Completion
March 2003
Name
Kahada-Okuise RDF Plaza
Capacity
44 tons/day (22 tons/day × 2 lines)
Completion
March 2001