4,300 Ton Per Day Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) and Refused Derived Fuel (RDF) Power Generation Plant
Wolf Material Handling Systems provided system concept design, system technical specifications, system design and equipment specifications, equipment design and engineering, fabrication and assembly of equipment, and erection and commissioning support.
Wolf designed, engineered, and supplied complete fuel handling system from truck receiving, processing, storage, reclaim and boiler feed. 4,300 tons per day of municipal solid waste (MSW) and refuse derived fuel (RDF) processed for power generation.
Scope of Work
The scope of this project included municipal solid waste receiving horizontal and inclined apron conveyors to primary shredders, conveyor system from primary shredders to primary trommel screens, ferrous metal separation and densification, conveyor systems to secondary shredders and secondary trommel screens to storage. Also, Wolf supplied the refuse-derived-fuel horizontal and inclined reclaim apron conveyors, transfer conveyors from fuel barn to boiler house, diverter gates and transfer conveyors to three metering bins, three metering bins with feed chutes to three boilers and ash handling system from boilers to truck loadout.