Modernization of MBT plant “KBA Hard” - Erection and commissioning

In this paper we will describe the development of the SCHUBIO®-process for mechanical biological waste treatment as well as implementation of the first industrial scale SCHUBIO®-plant.

The SCHUBIO ®-process represents a new type of plant, called TSS (Transfer-Stabilization-Storage), different from the common MBT-process. Instead of pre-treating the waste for landfill, the goal of the process is recycling and energy recovery of all output. The plant is a transfer station for all types of waste (Transfer), plastics and dry organic matter are separated from inert matter and easily biodegradable organics are stabilized by biogas production (Stabilization) and stored for energy recovery (Storage). In summer waste-to-energy plants operate at maximum capacity mainly without use of waste heat. With the TSS concept the waste is available for operation in winter when the waste heat is usable for heating purposes.

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Quelle: Waste-to-Resource 2011 (Mai 2011)
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Autor: Dipl.-Ing. Reinhard Schu

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