Wolf Material Handling Systems designs, engineers and manufacturers refuse derived fuel (RDF) systems and equipment.

Refuse Derived Fuel is fuel produced from certain types of Municipal Solid Waste, industrial waste, or commercial waste, after hazardous materials and other contaminants have been removed.  The primary purpose of RDF is to create fuel or power and therefore divert the materials from being landfilled.  RDF is often co-fired with coal to generate electricity, but it can also serve as a feedstock for other thermal systems such as pyrolysis or fluidized bed systems.

Refuse Derived Fuel is typically processed with truck dumpers, truck loading and unloading, receiving hoppers, explosion protection, sorting, magnetic separation, sizing, drying, apron conveyors, belt conveyors, chain conveyors, chain belt conveyors, drag conveyors, screw conveyors, metering bins, stackers, storage, reclaimers and boiler feed.

Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) Feedstock Power Generation Facility
Distribution and Return Drag Conveyor over Metering Bin at Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) Plant