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Alternative FuelS  

Alternative fuels (AF) 

TRADING IN MINERALS - RAW MATERIALS - RDF - ATERNATIVE FUELS 

PRODUCTS & SERVICES

Our customers are dealing with important challenges every day. We help them succeed by delivering quality products, innovative solutions and great customer service. 

From transport over the ocean to bulktruck deliveries, we deliver to ports or plants on time.

We work together with large logistic organisations across the world.

LEADING EDGE TECHNOLOGY

RDF can be used to produce electricity.

It can be used alongside traditional sources of fuel in coal power plants. In Europe, RDF is used in the cement kiln industry and can also be fed into plasma arc gasification modules & pyrolysis plants.

RDF is a sustainable fuel, it prevents the burying of waste. It is a fundamental part of the circular economy 

and can be made from any types of waste material.

ORGANIC EXPANSION 

Opportunities are plenty in the refuse-derived fuel market, and key stakeholders are vying to leverage these via organic expansion strategies and digitization of systems for greater performance. The future objectives of economies worldwide is clear – chemicals from waste or waste to molecule – and the refuse-derived fuel manufacturers are focusing on refurbishment or replacement of their existing systems, moving to new technologies in a planned & phased manner. 

Ecologically beneficial

"The use of alternative fuels in cement manufacture is also ecologically beneficial, for two reasons: the conservation of non-renewable resources, and the reduction of waste disposal requirements."

The cement manufacturing industry is also under increasing pressure to reduce emissions. Cement manufacturing releases a lot of emissions such as carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitrogen oxide (NOx). It is estimated that 5 percent of global carbon dioxide emissions originate from cement production

(Hendriks, et al, 1998).

 

The use of alternative fuels in cement manufacturing, therefore do not only afford considerable energy cost reduction, but they also have significant ecological benefits of conserving non-renewable resources, the reduction of waste disposal requirements and reduction of emissions. Use of low-grade alternative fuels in some kiln systems reduces NOx emissions due to reburn reactions.

 

There is an increased net global reduction in CO2 emissions when waste is combusted in the cement kiln systems as opposed to dedicated incinerators.

Alternative fuels discussed in this chapter are predominantly agricultural biomass, non-agricultural biomass (e.g. animal waste and by-products), chemical and hazardous waste, and petroleum-based fuels.

Biofuels are from organic origin (plants or animals based) including organic waste, residues from agriculture and energy crops, meat and bone-meal, methane from animal excrement or as a result of bacterial action, ethanol and biodiesel from plant materials, as well as the organic part of waste.

 

Solid biofuels (generally called biomass) include plant tissues such as wood, charcoal and yarns; farm wastes such as coffee husks, straw, sugarcane leaves, sugarcane bagasse, rapeseed stems, palm nut shells, rice husks, etc.; and non-agricultural biomass such as animal fat, dung, meats and bones; and household or industrial biological degradable wastes.

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MOVING FORWARD

PETROCHEMICAL ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONS 

CONTINUITY AND RELIABILITY IN SUPPLY

Services we supply

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FUEL TECHNOLOGY

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MATERIAL SOLUTIONS

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FEEDING ADVICE

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