Refuse-derived fuel (RDF) is extracted from municipal solid wastes, and commercial wastes or industrial wastes. The production of RDF can minimize the potential of methane emissions in atmosphere and to minimize the pressure on landfills.
The global municipal governments are facing challenges regarding the management of unending waste loads generated by business sites and domestic combustible wastes. The governments are using RDF to manage wastes and turn wastes into energy, to overcome the mentioned issues. Non-combustible materials such as glass and metals are removed from the waste and the residuals are then shredded. RDF is extracted from combustible materials using mechanical and biological treatments. Refuse-derived fuel can be used in many ways. It is used in coal power plants to produce electricity. Refuse-derived fuel is also used in cement industry as an alternative fuel.
Governments across the globe are adopting refuse-derived fuel as an alternative fuel in many industries, especially in cement industry. The governments are developing their waste-to-energy plants, worldwide. Some of the key takeaways for the RDF market include:
In Europe, The secondary fuels processed from industrial and business wastes are co-incinerated for cement kiln.
Major players operating in the refuse-derived fuels market include Tana Oy, I.T.R., ANDRITZ MeWa - ANDRITZ Group, Istac Inc., Ecocycle (Group) Ltd., Aguas de Portugal, Camec, Organic Resource Agency Ltd., and R.C.P SA.
On the basis of fuel type, the global refuse-derived fuel market is segmented into:
On the basis of application, the global refuse-derived fuel market is segmented into:
On the basis of region, the global refuse-derived fuel market is segmented into:
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