Thermal Waste Recovery

Thermal waste recovery is the process of treatment technology that involves high temperature in processing of waste feed stock; generally, it involves the combustion of waste materials. The main objectives in the development of this technology were to ensure good environmental compatibility and to achieve complete recycling of the residual materials wherever possible. Thermal waste recycling technology converts waste into products which can be recycling directly without further processing. The process does not produce any waste water. Therefore the process provides usable energy, for example electric current etc.

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