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SRF, How and Where to Get it

Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) is typically made from a mix of non-recyclable and non-hazardous waste materials.

The specific composition of SRF can vary based on the waste streams and materials available in a particular region. However, common components of SRF include:

Plastics: Non-recyclable plastics, such as mixed plastics and plastic films, are often included in the composition of SRF.

Paper and Cardboard: Residual paper and cardboard that are not suitable for recycling may be processed into SRF.


Textiles: Non-recyclable textiles, including clothing and other fabrics, can be part of the SRF feedstock.

Wood: Unusable wood waste, such as treated wood or painted wood, may be included in SRF.

Rubber: Non-recyclable rubber materials, such as tires or conveyor belts, might be part of the SRF mix.

Biodegradable Waste: Some SRF may include organic waste components that are not suitable for composting.

The key is to use waste materials that cannot be efficiently recycled and would otherwise end up in landfills. By converting these materials into SRF, it provides a source of energy and reduces the environmental impact associated with traditional waste disposal methods. It's important to adhere to regulations and standards to ensure that the resulting SRF meets the necessary criteria for use in specific industrial processes.