- recycling facilities operators
- Industrial and agricultural enterprises generating own waste
- Local authorities, responsible for disposal of MSW and sewage sludge
- Efficient waste treatment with added value: material and energy recycling, initial waste volume reduction with environmentally safe by-product (ASH)
- recycling and NEW Materials production: activated carbon, bio-char and speciality chemicals
- Economic viability of industrial pyrolysis facilities
- Efficient industrial pyrolysis technology developed "in-house"
- Long-term experience in practical realization of industrial pyrolysis units
- Multiple reference pyrolysis units in different countries
- Broad network of the quality equipment components sub-suppliers and other subcontractors
Pyrolysis technology: attractive opportunities for investors and project developers
potential dangers for investors and project developers
GREAT EXPECTATIONS AND insufficient knowledge of the pyrolysis
Pyrolysis waste-to-energy is a very hot subject nowadays and without practical experience in pyrolysis (whether it indeed could be done) it is easy to be confused by attractive looking-forward statements such as "innovated pyrolysis technology", "quality synthetic diesel from waste", etc. There is a potential danger to invest money into a pyrolysis plant which in spite of the great expectations will not work due to deficiencies in that pyrolysis technology realisation. Such failures and sometimes pure fakes may create negative image of the pyrolysis technology.
Pyrolysis technology realization on a laboratory or pilot-plant scale is one issue, while the practical realization of pyrolysis at the level of plant operations it is quite different thing. There is a big leap between a pilot pyrolysis plant and a continuously operating large-scale commercial pyrolysis plant.