AVR signals agreement with HaloSep AB to check out feasibility of a regional recycling of flue gas remedy materials.
AVR has decided to examine the alternatives to domestically regulate its harmful flue fuel cleaning residues by partnership with the Swedish business HaloSep AB. The HaloSep process is a patented remedy that turns the hazardous waste into harmless and useful fractions.
By picking out the HaloSep’s answer, AVR in Rotterdam would become a lot more round by recovering material resources and reducing the plant’s environmental footprint. The HaloSep system treats the fly ash and the contaminated acid scrubber liquid in a patented course of action, turning the harmful squander into a few harmless and beneficial fractions. The three fractions are a metal portion all set for recycling, yet another is purified salt brine that can be refined and re-employed in the field and the 3rd is a non-dangerous inorganic solution that can be utilized in development substance.
The initial action in the partnership starts off in June and will return in a feasibility analyze, conceptual style and which include all paperwork required for the required environmental allow approach.
“HaloSep produced a quite interesting chemical recycling technological know-how for difficult squander streams and is now operational at a waste to electrical power plant in Copenhagen. This promising technological know-how could beautifully match in AVR’s tactic to maximizing electricity and uncooked material efficiency and minimizing the CO2 footprint and unfavorable environmental impact. This is a future move to generate a thoroughly clean world in which practically nothing is wasted”, says Michiel Timmerije, Director Vitality Residues at AVR.
Staffan Svensson, President HaloSep AB points out the significance of the partnership with AVR, 1 of the most dependable squander-to-energy gamers in Europe and states “We are fired up to execute this project together with AVR to the profit of the ecosystem.”
About HaloSep AB
HaloSep AB is a subsidiary of Stena Metall Group, a Swedish major recycling business with aim on northern and Western Europe. HaloSep AB provides a exclusive and sustainable alternative managing flue fuel residues from WtE crops supporting a circular group.
AVR specializes in the processing of numerous varieties of residual waste: residence and industrial waste, wastewater, paper pulp residue, squander wooden and harmful squander. AVR strives constantly to achieve the most restoration of electricity, uncooked resources and other components from this residual waste by means of successful, effective and harmless business operations. We assure that plastics, drinks cartons, movies and metals are recycled and minerals are applied in (road) construction. And by incinerating the residue of the residue we supply sustainable steam, warmth and electrical energy to our bordering spot and by so carrying out obviate the use of fossil fuels. In this way AVR can make an crucial contribution in the direction of the accomplishment of the Dutch and European objectives connected to weather and electricity.