Noginsk, Woskresensk, Naro-Fominsk and Solnetschnogorsk in Moscow region, Russia
Case study – Redundant slag transport in four identical waste-to-energy plantsThermal Waste Treatment, Slag Processing
Troughed belt conveyor, overbelt magnetic separator
No more domestic waste in Russian landfills
The slag resulting from incineration is distributed to two 76-meter-long troughed belt conveyor lines via six feed stations at each cogeneration plant. The redundant process used increases plant availability and prevents operational downtime, as the operator can switch between two conveyor lines. The LASHBELTCON® transports the slag to maintenance towers containing magnetic separators.
The magnetic separators remove most of the contained FE constituents from the slag and transfer them via a drop chute to the storage boxes below. Further conveyors transport the slag to the slag preparation plant, where the bottom ash is prepared for further use. Each plant processes 700,000 tons of waste per year and generates up to 75 MW of electrical energy from it.
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The Loibl Förderanlagen GmbH stands for sustainable plant engineering and innovative bulk material transport systems. We support projects that prove to be forward-looking in achieving environmental technology goals. Our solutions always adapt individually to the wishes and needs of our customers and their products.