Our plants are suitable for all types of waste and hazardous waste, such as household waste, industrial waste, hospital waste, plastics, used tyres, manure, waste from
slaughterhouses, sewage sludge, oil sludge, shredder light fraction from the auto industry, waste oils, contaminated wood, etc., whereby several different types of waste can be mixed
together before being processed, no sorting needed.
Only restriction: The moisture level of garbage must not exceed 85%.
Our technology is a closed circular system, it maximises the overall thermal potential of the gases produced in the process to produce pure heat, distilled water, clean CO2 and an inert residue.
The created heat is used to create steam and start steam turbines for the production of electricity, heating and cooling.
The development and implementation of new technologies is progressing at an unprecedented pace, putting politics, economy and more the individual to face big challenges and changes.
Kind of waste
Mixed household waste:
Tar and refinery residues:
Mixed plastics (polymeric):
Energy content of input waste MJ/kg
9 - 15
16 - 19
16 - 18
16 - 17
34 - 35
36 - 38
38 - 39
29 - 30
31 - 32
40 - 46
waste that can be processed with MCT technology – conclusion
•Only restriction: The moisture level of the waste must not exceed 85%.
Entire mineralising of wastewater sludge from biological, communal and industrial wastewater treatment plants.
The technology which is not based on the flame – assisted utilization techniques, does not produce additional by –products such as NOx, dioxins, furans, CO, methane etc. The installation we offer will have a capacity from 1 ton to 1000 tones/24h of sewage sludge.
The maximum temperature achieved in the process is anywhere between 450 and 500 degrees Centigrade.
The system is entirely segregated from the natural environment and allows:
The residue obtained after neutralization in accordance with the MCT-technology is characteristic of similar inorganic compounds, the difference being only in the kinds and rates of metals and their compounds. They are equal from 2 to 4% of the weight subject to initial neutralization. This waste is entirely odorless and contains the average of 5 to 8% of metals and their compounds.
The mineralizing of the wastewater sludge allows to entirely eliminate other systems used in sludge management techniques to date, such as biogas, drying, combustion and purification of after-combustion gases, as these other systems are superfluous. Furthermore, it allows the reduction of the investment cost of developing wastewater sludge with the use of methods to date by 30 to 40%, while the operation costs are lower 3 to 5 times as compared with the technologies used to date.