Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) Harnessing the Power in Waste

The preparation and export of RDF has seen significant growth in recent years due to the lack of UK energy from waste capacity.  Waste2Resource are working with waste producers to advise on potential export routes, waste presentation and logistics.

Refuse derived fuel is sustainable.

The Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) process takes combustible components of municipal solid waste (MSW) that are unsuitable for traditional recycling and shreds, dries and bales them. These are then burnt for electricity, thereby producing a replacement for fossil fuels such as coal or oil. The RDF process makes use of waste that would otherwise be sent to landfill.

RDF is a coarse grade, less refined material than SRF, sourced from selected commercial/industrial and municipal wastes. The specification is broader than SRF in relation to moisture content, calorific value and particulate size. The main outlet markets are large energy from waste plants in mainland Europe.

Why choose Waste2Resource for Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) processing?

The Shropshire-based Waste2Resource team has access to a number of facilities and can assist clients in moving waste out of UK landfill to achieve higher levels of recycling and recovery. Our experienced waste management consultants bring over 40 years of industry experience to your business and we provide bespoke value-driven solutions that meet the needs of your organisation while keeping your waste management costs to a minimum. By choosing to send their waste for RDF production rather than landfill, our customers gain additional environmental credentials as well as reducing their carbon footprint and taking a large step towards meeting their energy targets.

Waste2Resource can assist in evaluating client material to assess suitability for RDF production. This process can include material sampling and testing, organisation of trial loads into reprocessors and the contracting of material on a long-term basis. Please contact us to discuss your needs.