The following ‘Process Flow Chart’ explains MSW Plant operation.
Pyrocrat establishes state of the art Municipal Solid Waste Management Plants. turnkey projects with Zero landfill and maximum resource recovery approach that brings sustainability in project. Our focus on technology developments which covers environmental Compliance, profitability and safety.
Pyrocrat’s MSW Plant segregates municipal solid waste using physical properties of waste like density and particle size. MSW plant converts waste into value by these three processes:
In this process MSW is segregated into – (a) magnetic material, (b) wet organic and (c)dry organic using equipments called magnetic separator & trommel screen. The magnetic metal is sold in market. Wet organic is subjected to composting. Dry organic is further subjected to segregated into as Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) & Plastic for recycling.
The wet organic is subjected to anaerobic composting using a microbial culture for 10 to 45 days depending on type of composting process & microbial culture used. After composting is complete, the material is screened through trommel to separate usable compost fraction and inert for landfill. After quality control tests, The compost is sold in market.
RDF Manufacturing & Plastic Recycling:
In this process the air density separators (ADS) are used to separate the recyclable plastic scrap and refuse derived fuel. After testing, both Plastic Scrap and RDF are sold in market.