Schwandorf waste incineration plant: How new things can be created from waste

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Karl Zeitler, Managing Director of Loibl Förderanlagen GmbH:

"The focus of the planning was on robustness, high system availability, and easy operability of the system. Loibl has the know-how and resources to engineer, manufacture, assemble, and commission a complete system tailored to the customer's needs."

Loibl supplies regional waste-to-energy plants in Bavaria. The Zweckverband Müllverwertung Schwandorf (ZMS) has 17 members, including districts from the Upper Palatinate, Lower Bavaria and Upper Franconia, as well as independent cities such as Landshut, Straubing, Amberg, Regensburg, Weiden, Hof and Bayreuth. Every year, Zweckverband Müllverwertung Schwandorf frees a disposal area of around 15,000 square kilometers from household, bulky and commercial waste. This corresponds to the waste of almost 1.9 million inhabitants of Bavaria. On the four incineration lines of the waste-to-energy plant, 450,000 tons of waste are thermally converted into electricity and heat every year.

Project Pictures

  • Slag transport on belt conveyor

  • Magnetic drum

  • Separated slag components during removal

  • Consulting and planning of a complete slag treatment plant
  • Basic engineering
  • Manufacturing of numerous components in the factory halls in Straubing, Bavaria
  • LASHBELTCON® - Belt conveyor
  • Bar screen
  • Magnetic drum
  • High speed drum
  • Vibratory feeder chute
  • Vibratory feeder
  • Overbelt magnetic separator
  • Eddy current separator
  • Electric chain hoist
  • Assembly and commissioning
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