The pyrolysis system demonstrates:
• Stable operation for a broad range of waste quality
• Emissions from the system are well below the limit values
• Flexibility in design and operation achieved by a modular design
• Effective initial waste volume reducing
• Efficient recovery of the materials and energy from the process
• Low operational costs; no supplementary external fuel supply for the normal operation, i.e.significant reduction of running costs
The pyrolysis system is designed for treatment of variety of different wastes such as municipal solid waste (MSW), sewage and oil
sludge, automotive shredder residuals (ASR or car fluff), e-waste, rubber and tyres, medical waste, plastics, agricultural waste,
as well as cleaning of the contaminated soil. Dozens of the commercial pyrolysis facilities for treatment of different feedstocks
were designed and built so far.
The pyrolysis facility can operate as stand-alone waste-to-energy plant as well as the part of big power plants. In the last case the pyrolysis process thermally treats the waste and generates fuel, namely pyrolysis gas and pyrolysis char.
These fuels are then co-fired in the power plant boiler unit. Pyrolysis process in this configuration disposes waste, simultaneously replacing part of the fossil fuels, consumed by the power plant.