Standardized Modular wasteWOIMA® WtE Plant
The Best Available Techniques (BAT) Reference Document for Waste Incineration based on the Industrial Emissions Directive 2010/75/EU (WI BREF) is a comprehensive resource for those involved in the development and operation of waste incineration plants. It provides a detailed overview of the best available technologies and techniques for the safe and efficient burning of waste. The document also covers key topics such as legislation and regulations, emissions control, waste management, and best practices. With its comprehensive guidance, the document helps ensure that waste incineration plants are operated in an environmentally responsible and compliant manner.
The WI BREF is a comprehensive guide that outlines the best practices for waste incineration. This document was developed by the European Commission in collaboration with the European Environment Agency and provides information on the most efficient and cost-effective technologies for the incineration of municipal, industrial, and special waste. The document is intended to provide guidance to Member States and other stakeholders on the implementation of waste incineration projects in order to reduce environmental impacts and improve the sustainability of waste management. It covers all aspects of waste incineration, from the storage and handling of waste to the design and operation of the incineration plant.
The document provides an overview of the current trends in waste incineration, including regulations, processes, technologies, and operational practices. It outlines the best available techniques for different types of incineration, such as mass burn and co-incineration, and provides detailed information on the design and operation of incineration facilities. It also covers the management of residues and emissions, as well as the economic and social impacts of incineration. The document also provides information on emission limits, monitoring and compliance requirements, and best practices for noise and odor control.
The document is structured into six parts, each of which covers a different aspect of waste incineration. The first part provides an overview of the current legal and policy framework, as well as information on the different types of incineration. The second part covers the design and operation of incinerators, including the selection of technologies and operational practices. The third part covers the management of residues and emissions, with information on the different types of residues and their disposal. The fourth part covers the economic and social aspects of waste incineration, including the costs of incineration, employment, and health impacts. The fifth part provides information on monitoring, compliance requirements and best practices for noise and odor control. The sixth and final part provides an overview of the research, development and innovation activities related to waste incineration.
The document provides a comprehensive overview of the most efficient and cost-effective technologies for the incineration of municipal, industrial, and special waste. By providing detailed information on the different types of incineration, the design and operation of incineration facilities, and the management of residues and emissions, the document can help Member States and other stakeholders to develop and implement waste incineration projects that are cost-effective, efficient, and sustainable. It is an invaluable tool for regulators and operators of waste incineration plants, as it ensures that the highest environmental and safety standards are being met.
Our wasteWOIMA® WtE power plant has been design exactly according to the WI BREF document. The reciprocating step grate offers the best platform for incinerating different and heterogenous waste streams efficiently. The conservative steam parameters (400oC / 40 barg) protect the boiler and the state-of-the-art flue gas treatment system ensures that the lowest possible air emission values are reached. The plant’s modular structure aids the fast delivery process and easy maintenance. The standardized and pre-engineered solution benefits all existing customers with future upgrades, and the prefabricated modules present a workshop-quality product delivered to the site on time and in budget. All-in-all, the WI BREF -proof wasteWOIMA® plant is the safest choice in the small-scale WtE market.
The wasteWOIMA® WtE plant, is a robust solution for combusting different waste streams to energy. A single boiler island (WOIMAline) wasteWOIMA® plant uses roughly 40,000 to 50,000 tons of waste fuel per annum. Several WOIMAlines can be integrated to create a larger power plant. The state-of-the-art flue gas treatment renders the combustions gases inert and safe enabling the construction of the plant also in populated areas.
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WOIMA Corporation is a Finnish supplier of best-in-class waste-to-value products, projects and services worldwide. We have developed solutions that enable us, and the customer, to transform and recycle virtually any waste stream into raw materials and energy. At WOIMA we combine Finnish engineering know-how in waste management with power generation design expertise. These solutions are used in Finland every day. They support the circular economy ideology and ensure that less than 1% of Finland’s waste ends up in landfills.
Our mission is to improve quality of life both locally and globally, as well as empower people to utilize waste as a commodity. Our decades of international project management experience ensure an on-time, in-budget and high-quality WOIMA solution delivery across the globe.