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SRF, a Fuel Solution

SRF is used as an alternative fuel source in various industries to generate energy.

Some industries that can benefit from the use of Solid Recovered Fuel include:

  • Cement Industry: SRF can be co-fired with traditional fossil fuels in cement kilns to provide heat for the production of clinker. The cement industry is one of the major consumers of alternative fuels, aiming to reduce its reliance on conventional energy sources.

  • Power Generation: SRF can be used in power plants to generate electricity. Some facilities are equipped to burn SRF alongside traditional fuels in boilers to produce steam, which drives turbines to generate electricity.
  • Steel Industry: SRF can be used as a supplementary fuel in the steel industry, particularly in processes such as blast furnaces. This can contribute to reducing the carbon footprint of steel production.
  • Paper and Pulp Industry: Some paper and pulp mills use SRF as a fuel source in their boilers to generate steam for the production of paper and pulp.
  • Brick and Tile Manufacturing: SRF can be used as an alternative fuel in the firing process of brick and tile kilns, providing heat for the manufacturing process.
  • District Heating Systems: SRF can be utilized in district heating systems, where it serves as a source of heat for residential and industrial areas.
  • Waste-to-Energy Plants: Facilities specifically designed for waste-to-energy conversion can use SRF as a primary fuel source, converting waste into energy through incineration or other thermal processes.
  • Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Plants: SRF can be used in CHP plants to simultaneously generate electricity and capture and utilize the waste heat for various industrial processes or district heating.
  • Industrial Boilers: Various industries with large-scale industrial boilers can incorporate SRF into their fuel mix to reduce dependence on conventional fuels.