Euroblend waste inertisation plants respond to the requirements of the regulations in force on waste incineration – Law D.L. N. 36 January 13th, 2003 (art. 7 paragraph 1).
The inertisation process allows waste which would otherwise be critical because of its consistency and/or its chemical/physical characteristics (solidification), to be moved and to inhibit the release of contaminants (stabilisation).
These two mechanisms together transform the waste into an easily moveable solid, with a limited surface area exposed to the surrounding environment and where the contaminants are sealed internally, blocked in insoluble compounds. This last phase allows a more cost-effective disposal of the lower categories of waste at disposal sites.
Stationary plants consist essentially of:
• a storage area for the material to be treated;
• a dosing system for the material to be treated;
• a storage and dosing system for reagents;
• material transport systems (conveyor belts, conveyor screws, pumps, etc..)
• automation system for the control of the process;
• mixer for the materials mixing: material to be treated, reagents,
fluidizers in the established quantities;
• a storage and maturation area for the treated material.
The plant can be designed in continuous or discontinuous, depending on the
needs of the client.
The hourly treatment capacities may be dimensioned according to the needs of
the client, proportioning accordingly all necessary components.
– a hopper with one or more compartments for sludge storage. Batching by voluetric or weight belts, controlled by inverter,
– a 150 cu.m./h continuous mixer,
– cement batcher,
– lime batcher,
– electromechanical litercounter for water dosing,
– automated management system with PLC and touch screen interface.
As an option, commands can be installed in the cabin.
The plants can be equipped , upn request, with hydraulic system for truck unloading without the us of cranes. Radio remote control for start/stop cycle.