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Waste to Fuel

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Processing & Disposal

Processing of Waste

Based on the requirements of the client, a single,centralised processing and disposal facility is set up. The following facilities are setup on the land allotted for setting up of processing facility:

i. Computerized weighbridges (2 nos.)

ii. Pre-sorting facilities to mechanically separate compostable (biodegradable waste), combustibles, recyclables and inert waste

iii. Windrow platform

iv. Monsoon shed

v. 3-stage compost screening facility

vi. Curing shed vii. Destoner facility

vii. Compost blending, weighing and packaging unit

viii. RDF bailing unit

ix. Plastic recycling facility

In addition, a fully equipped and a very high technology integrated and inclusive laboratory is set-up on the premises of IRRF which is used to create bacterial and fungal cultures and subsequent culture concentrates for spraying on to the windrows for aerobic digestion, test the quality of compost and RDF.

The windrows have a well-planned leachate collection and drainage system to prevent infiltration of leachate in the ground. The leachate after getting collected in the leachate tank is re-sprayed on the windrows to make best use of the microbial strength and quality of the leachate. The windrows parameters are monitored and displayed properly. In addition to processing of biodegradable waste into value added compost, organic non-decomposable fraction is processed and transformed into Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) of high gross calorific value of over 50003 cal/g.

The RDF thus produced will be used to co-fire waste to energy plant. The A2Z waste to energy power plant using right technology, right boilers and right turbines coming up at Kanpur will be first of its kind power generation from RDF. This plant will not emit any environmentally hazard gases, thus meets all CDM credentials.

Also the entire construction and demolition (C&D) waste is processed and moulded into eco-friendly bricks using state-of-the-art technology. These bricks are stronger and denser and have far better acceptability in the market. A2Z is successfully running 100 TPD plant in Kanpur and Uttar Pradesh for processing of C&D waste.

Disposal (Landfilling) of Rejects

In line with the self-sustainability principles, A2Z ensures almost 100% utilisation of entire waste, thereby putting the sanitary landfill to minimal use. However, the setting up of landfill is as per design components provided and also, prevailing norms, applicable standards, and best industry practices.

The entire facility is surrounded by the green belt as per the MSW Rules and CPHEEO guidelines. The plant is automated restricting direct human interface to the minimum possible. PA system and CCTV’s are installed to monitor personnel and shop floor activities. The waste handlers are provided with personal protective equipment (PPEs) like gloves, hard hat, masks, etc. The entire facility is sanitized. The processing and disposal facility is planned very well with directional signages and electric golf carts available for plant visits. At the facility at Kanpur, A2Z already has started a dedicated MSW training institute where it imparts training in best industrial, behavioural, operational and disciplinary practices to prospective drivers, supervisors, zonal in-charges, trommel operators, RDF balers shop floor operators.

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