RDF from industrial and office waste
A growing number of cement production plants around the world are reducing energy costs, cutting emissions and improving environmental performance by replacing fossil fuels with alternative fuels made of municipal solid waste and commercial and industrial waste. Most of the cement plants have their own RDF facility but in some cases cement plants sources RDF from a private company to manage their operating cost.
RDF is an efficient fuel produced from various types of waste such as municipal solid waste (MSW), industrial waste or commercial waste (C&I). In Thailand, RDF plays a crucial role in the country’s ambition to avoid waste depositing. Cement plants demand more alternative fuel to reduce their fuel cost. This is the market for our customer, N15 Technology.
N15 Technology Co Ltd. is a private company with extensive experience in RDF production. The company was founded in 2014 and is located in Amata Industrial Estate, Chonburi, Thailand. Since 2016, the company has been shredding industrial and office waste to category RDF2 (less than 100 mm) with Metso preshredder M&J PreShred 1000S-7. Recently however, they found out an increasing demand for shredding waste to smaller than that, to less than 50 mm (category RDF3).