The Bulky Waste Disposal System Effectively Replaces Manual Dismantling
can often see all kinds of bulky waste such as sofas, mattresses, and furniture being discarded next to the garbage station in our daily life. It will cause
difficulties for residents and fire hazards. There is no doubt that a reliable
bulky waste recycling system plays an important role in solid waste management
for urban area.
composition of bulky waste
to handle such a large amount of bulky waste?
bulk waste is basically made up of wood, metal, sponge, palm, cloth and so on,
and most of it is recyclable. Therefore, dismantling and recycling is
the current solution used by cities.
the volume of bulky waste is large while the traditional manual sorting and
dismantling are time-consuming and energy-consuming, and the efficiency is
revolution of bulky waste dismantling and recycling
Refuse-derived Fuel (RDF) Preparation system, which is developed and designed
by Harden, can effectively achieve rapid shredding and volume reduction, classification
and screening, and 100% resource treatment of bulky waste through the fine
disposal processes of automatic shredding, dust removal, automatic
air separation, automatic magnetic separation and RDF granulation, turning
used furniture, sofas, mattresses and other bulky waste into alternative fuel
to replace coal.
whole bulky waste covers double shaft shredder, four shaft shredder, wind
shifter, magnetic separator, granulator, dust removal system and other
precision equipment, which can solve the core problem of low manual dismantling
efficiency and resource separation.
1) Wood, which
can be recycled to produce density fiberboard.
2) Metal, which
can be remelted;
3) RDF, which
has similar combustion efficiency to fossil fuels but lower carbon emissions.
RDF preparation system for bulky waste is an efficiency revolution in the
current comprehensive treatment of bulky waste, which can replace manual
dismantling and significantly improve production efficiency. It can
also make the comprehensive resource treatment of bulky waste to a higher level
and reduce carbon emissions.