Fluidized bed furnaces

General Information

The ABRG operates two fluidized bed furnaces (WSO I and II) at the site. In the fluidized bed furnaces, solid, pasty and liquid waste can be thermally treated and recycled.

After any necessary pre-shredding or screening and subsequent mixing, the solid waste is continuously fed into the two units and thermally recycled. Liquid waste is transferred to the tank farm and injected via a closed system.

The following treatment services can be provided: R1, D10, D 15 (a,b)
The approved annual capacity (hazardous and non-hazardous waste) for the WSO I is 42,000 tons. The approved annual capacity (hazardous and non-hazardous waste) for the WSO II is 29,490 tons.

Principles of operation

The general process engineering principle of combustion in the fluidized bed is based on the fact that a bulk of granular, inert material (e.g. sand) is flowed against gravity in a reactor with a nozzle base by air in such a way that the combustible material is brought into a fluidized, floating-like state. The waste is thermally treated and recycled in a temperature range of 850° and 950° C.

Waste Catalogue – Incineration

You can find the required waste catalogue for the waste to be taken and treated below.

Landfill site

General Information

The second element of waste management services offered by ABRG is a landfill site that began operating in 1995.
The landfill site covers roughly 7 ha with a potential heap cubage of around 950,000m³.
The site is currently used to dispose of both the company’s own ashes and slag and waste materials from third parties.
The following treatment services can be provided: D1

Waste Catalogue – Landfill site

You can find the required waste catalogue for the waste to be taken and treated below.

Waste Preparation

General Information

The thermal treatment lines are preceded by an extensive material preparation (crushing, screening, mixing) with upstream and downstream storage areas.

Waste Catalogues

You can find the required waste catalogue for the waste to be taken and treated below.

Consulting

We are able to provide services to our clients beyond usual waste management services through the Technical Office for Environmental Protection and Chemistry, Dr Thomas Werner, one of ABRG’s companies.

The Technical Office offers the following services:

  • Waste water and waste analysis
  • Maintenance of mineral oil separators, small biological treatment plants and grease separators
  • Third party monitoring in accordance with the Water Rights Act (commercial, private, municipal)
  • Advice regarding the indirect discharge regulation and with all technical wastewater facilities
  • Modernisation projects (advice, conceptualisation, implementation) in the environmental domain (buildings, soil, etc.)

Information regarding acceptance of waste

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