Waste to Energy
The disposal of waste is one of the most challenging problems of modern society. Efforts to minimize the enormous amount of waste produced and to recycle a large portion of the waste collected have to be supplemented by incineration technologies. Converting non-recyclable and non-reusable waste into heat and electricity for commercial use reduces fossil fuel consumption significantly and landfill volume demand up to 90 %.
Over the last ten years, ILF has been a reliable partner to private investors and public sector operators, providing project development, FEED, EPCM and detailed engineering services in a series of waste-to-energy initiatives. As a consequence, ILF is able to offer integrated, interdisciplinary, one-stop services for all project development stages.
Fields of Expertise:
- Waste-to-energy plants – grate combustion and circulating fluidized bed combustion
- Waste-to-energy co-incineration plants (waste with coal, biomass, sludge, slurry, etc.)
- Fly and bottom ash treatment
- Refuse derived fuel (RDF) preparation