The residual materials are delivered by truck. A truck scale is used to record the mass of the delivered material before it is unloaded into the storage bunker. From here, a hopper crane is used to feed the coarse shredders. The respective downstream screening plant divides the product stream into coarse and fine fractions. The fine fraction is transported directly via a system of belt conveyors to the separators for ferrous metals, non-ferrous metals, glass and minerals, which are used to discharge them. The product stream processed in this way is then conveyed to dryers in which hot air (residual heat from gas, electricity and oxygen generation) of approx. 80 - 100 °C is used to produce the residual moisture of approx. 10 - 15 Ma% required for the process.
The coarse fraction is fed to the fine shredder and then conveyed to a separate sorting line. Here, as with the fine fraction, the inorganic material is removed and dried.
The product streams from the dryers of a line are collected and conveyed to the respective assigned screening machine. The fraction with a particle size < 35 mm is the input material for the reactors, while the coarse fraction is returned to the fine shredder.
- Industrial waste
- Plastics, also PVC
- Waste tires, waste rubber
- Special waste
- Household waste
- Shredder light and heavy fractions, sorting residues
- Substitute fuels (RDF)
- Industrial and commercial waste
- Plastics and rubber
- Packaging waste,
- Composite materials (from paper, cardboard, plastics, wood)
- Waste containing bitumen and tar
- Biogenic waste, bark and wood waste
- Dried sludge from wastewater treatment
- Coal and coal dust
- Oils, greases and lubricants etc. in partial quantities