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Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF)

Recycled Industrial Waste

Our on-site produced Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) is a valuable fuel made out of industrial waste and used as a replacement for coal within the Cement Industry. It is also used to replace fossil fuels such as coal and coke to heat cement kilns.

This product, which is mainly used in the production of cement to heat the cement kilns and replace fossil fuels, it’s made up of all of the light waste that has been blown from the main plant by wind shifters, such as paper cardboard and light plastics. It is shredded down to various sizes and made to a set specification to suit the cement industry.

This material is baled and then wrapped and can be exported by the shipload or on single articulated lorry loads.

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Our Process:

Waste is managed in a sustainable manner.

Energy is recovered from the waste.

Reducing the use of fossil fuels

Improving our energy security