The Ecopure? SWI (solid waste incineration) plant is a complex system for the thermal recycling of hazardous waste. It complies with all the statutory emissions thresholds. The system is suitable for the incineration of liquids and solids.
Very low emissions as a result of the multifuel burner and intelligent air ducting
The plant complies with strict European safety regulations and emissions limits
The brick lining in the rotary kiln and post-combustion chamber leads to a high level of availability and allows a variety of waste mixtures to be incinerated
Efficient use of raw materials and minimal residues
Best possible use of plant capacity combined with high availability
An efficient and robust plant with low capital expenditure
Operating principle Ecopure? SWI
The first stage of the incineration process for hazardous waste using the Ecopure? SWI is the storage and preparation of the waste. The various substances must be stored in accordance with the relevant requirements and, if necessary, crushed and homogenized. The objective is to provide the incineration plant with a continuous supply of mixed waste that makes the best possible use of the plant's capacity in terms of pollutants, heating value, and throughput.
Special feed systems transport the various waste materials to the incineration plant. The key features of this process are its operational safety and ease of maintenance.
The plant processes the waste at a temperature of over 1100°C. This guarantees that the substances are converted cleanly and safely. The fully oxidized solid residues are removed using a wet ash handling system.
The heat from the hot combustion gases is reused in a waste heat boiler. The boiler has been specially designed with generously sized open flues, gaps between the ducts, and an effective cleaning function to avoid the build-up of solid residues.
The flue gas is purified in a separate multistage process. First of all, the ash, heavy metals, dioxins, and some acidic gas components are removed by a sorption filter using additives based on activated carbon and calcium hydroxide. In the next stage the sulfur is removed from the flue gas with a wet scrubber. Depending on the customer's requirements, nitrogen oxide levels can be reduced using a catalytic (SCR) or non-catalytic process (SNCR).
The purified exhaust gases pass safely through a chimney before being emitted into the environment. The quality of the gases is permanently monitored with a complex emission measuring system.
Application areas Ecopure? SWI
The Dürr incineration plant can be used in almost all areas of industry where hazardous waste is produced regularly. However, the Ecopure? SWI system is most widely used in the petrochemical, chemical, and pharmaceutical industries.
Technical specifications Ecopure? SWI
The throughput of the plant is typically between 5000 and 40,000 t/a per line. As pollutant levels often vary significantly, the plant can be adapted to meet special requirements. The following types of substances can be processed:
Solids, liquids, and gases
Loose and bundled materials
Construction Ecopure? SWI
The Ecopure? SWI is a complex system for the thermal processing of hazardous waste. The central component is the incineration plant, which consists of a brick lined rotary kiln with a post-combustion chamber. This allows a wide variety of substances to be incinerated safely at very high temperatures and using an environmentally friendly process.
A hazardous waste incineration plant typically has the following features:
Waste storage and preparation area
Incineration plant with a rotary kiln and post-combustion chamber