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The presentation material of retail forum for the project with "HU09-0035-A1-2013" identification can be found attached.
About the experimental technology:
The KDV / CPD 2 * 250 (KDU-T) technology is an experimental method for extraction of the energy accumulated in plastic materials. The process recycles plastics with typically zero pollutant emissions and zero carbon dioxide.
The KDV / CPD 2 * 250 / KDU-T equipment is suitable for processing materials like plastics, production rejects, secondary raw materials, that can not be recycled any other way. As the result of the process usable liquid hydrocarbon mixture is realized.
This material, as an energy carrier; can be a fuel and other heating material, but as a chemical raw material it is also suitable for further processing / fractionationing.
This manner of processing of the plastics and secondary raw materials allows the economical and environment-friendly utilization of these is extremely environmentaly incriminating material generated in the municipal or industrial sector.
We developped our technology for economic and security considerations in order to enable the management of household and industrial plastics in an environmentally friendly way, the processing of which materials would not be feasible or otherwise harmful and dangerous.
Our experimental technology - unlike many of the other ways of recovery – complies with the requirements of EU legislation in all respects.
Our technology of processing the secondary raw materials is a catalytic process. In this the transformation of the material takes place at a temperature between 420-490 0C, in a closed system, in a hermetically sealed environment from air supply.
Inside the machine in atmospheric pressure conditions, the secondary plastic material melts and then boils. The carbon atoms will be bond and coked to the surface of the continuously added catalyst.
The lagging chains of carbon atoms precipitate out of the structures, such as the structure of the material decomposes. It occurs as depolymerization, i.e. the breakage or degradation pf plastic chains and bonds.
As a result of this process, a straight-chain hydrocarbon mixture, an oil is created having new characteristics, and containing light oil fractions in a relatively high proportion.
The KDV / CPD / KDU-T system, by cyclic supplying the two reactors in parallel could utilize less than 10t plastic material dayly, which is 480-560 tons of plastic per month in average, producing 250 -350 tonnes of finished product (C8 - C34) fraction mixture in average.
The system is simple to operate. The operation is inexpensive and does not require a large number of operating personnel. Installation of a minor condition, corresponding to the average industrial safety and fire prevention regulations halls.
Due to the process used, the depolymerization is fully managed and controled digitally. The computer control always ensures the optimal parameters necessary for the operation of the system.
The raw materials used:
During the process the raw materials to be processed can originated from different sectors, including the inhabiants and different areas like electronics, food, chemical, automotive, construction, cosmetics and pharmaceutical chemistry.
The secondary raw materials as the base material used for the process are primarily polyolefins, such as polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP). The scale of utilized recyclable material is very wide, it spreads from products used in everyday life to materials for special purposes.
A few examples can be found below for processed production rejects and secondary raw materials to be used in the system:
plastic sacks and bags,
detergents, cosmetics packing material
food packaging materials,
Plastic parts for household appliances,
Radio and TV plastic parts,
Plastic parts for computers and office equipment,
Plastic containers, tanks, piping parts,
industrial textiles, synthetic fibers,
automotive components (eg. Bumpers, dashboards).
The raw materials used in the described process must meet the following requirements to ensure that the final products meet the required quality standards.
mineral impurities: max. 5% (sand, dust, glass, fine metallic particles)
water: max. 10%
printed label on the plastic packaging waste,
different color texture and thickness packaging material,
various used PE and PP products,
mixed in different extent PE and PP products,
aluminum coated plastic foil.
any other contamination or other organic composition, containing chlorine and / or
halogens, nitrogen, sulfur and carbonyl moiety.
Among the production rejects, plastic materials, secondary raw materials to be processed the role of a polyethylene / polypropylene is highlighted. The reason is to use a raw material recommended for the best possible end product extraction, which includes a wide range of polyolefin plastics, including:
Polyethylene (CH2-CH2) n - industrial signal (PE)
High-density PE - HDPE, numeric code 02,
Low density PE - LDPE, numeric code 04,
Linear low density PE - LLDPE.
The polyethylene ethylene polymerization products. Among others packaging, bags, insulations, cables, stainless steel pipes are made from it, as well as the construction industry, the chemical industry, the toy production and in many other household products.
Polypropylene (-CH2-CH (CH3) -) n - (MM), 05 numerical code,
The polypropylene is the product of propylene polymerization. Since it tolerates mechanical stress and extreme temperature conditions, it is widely used in the chemical industry, food industry, cables and packaging materials, as well as many other products.
What we produce:
The end product of the catalytic transformation in the ongoing KDV / CDP / KDU-T system is in the list of products and services during the 24.66.32-90.00 registration number in Poland.
The final product is a mixture of hydrocarbons that can be used to produce fuel, as raw material for household chemicals, and to produce other chemical products (petroleum, wax, paraffin, liquid diluent).
During extensive laboratory testing of the final product the followings were determined:
The product does not contain sulfur or chloride, so the industry sector for many very valuable.
It• is built up of hydrocarbons, a relatively high number of methyl groups (CH 2).
Does not contain significant amounts of aromatics (benzene not detectable); contains no chemicals that carbonyl and alcohol groups is made up of either a double or triple bond is not in it.
It is separated by the hydrocarbons of different boiling points are characterized by certain distillation fractions. Distilling unit is optionally available with the system.
Considering the total output ratio of 100% is recommended for the individual fractions as follows: 300 to 360 ° C for 15 to 20% (such as wax), 220- 280 ° C for 60 to 70% (for example, light oil), 105-140 ° C 15-20% (as thinner).
The production of decarbonization catalysts and thermal-electric heat exchanger using a significant amount of technical alcohol realizable.
The legal background of implementation:
The planed facility does not belong to the modified 314/2005. (XII. 25.) Government Decree No. 1. Annex 49 point (,, non-hazardous waste incineration, chemical treatment facility for the disposal of 100 tons / day capacity ") or no. 2 of Annex 5.3. of (,, center for non-hazardous waste disposed of 50
tons / day capacity addition") or No. 3 under Annex II ("non-hazardous waste incineration, chemical and biological process for the disposal facility (if not included in Annex 1), a) 10 t / day capacity").
In addition to the modified 314/2005. (XII. 25.) § 1 (2) Art. "not covered by the Regulation only apply to Annex 2 and Annex 3 to 1-128. and 130-132. activities in point to be used "for research, development and testing of new products and processes.
The planed activity is considered waste disposal within the proposed project site, therefore the Regulation 439/2012 on the registration of waste management activities, and official authorization for in reservation is necessary to enfore (XII. 29.) during designing and carrying out activities at the facility.
Waste recycling plant establishment in Fadd Projekt 2O14.12.15. - 2O17.O4.3O
"Recycling industrial and domestic plastic is a task of high priority to reduce environmental pollution on the one hand, and to extract raw material form the waste on the other.
Our plan is to establish a secondary raw material recycling plant. The purpose of the investment is to install a new and innovative technology including a salvage process that has been fully functioning for years. The applied technology suits all the EU and domestic regulations and incorporates the most critical category of waste management, the concept of recycling.
The investment will be implemented by Felso-Bacska Storage Windpark Ltd. The venture was established in 2010, its activity is renewable energy production.
The technology to be applied is a depolimerization process based on chemical recycling. The transformation of the recyclable material takes place at 280-340°C, within a hermetically closed environment (no combustion). The chopped waste is fed by portions of 5 to 10 centimeters into the reactor. The salvage process runs continuously from recycling to delivery without any regressive actions, completely computerized. The produced diesel oil and cinder get recycled, thus waste becomes an alternative energy source. - oil: diesel according to the standard (EN 590), it can be utilized as fuel as a matter of energy recovery; - coke: rich in energy content, can be utilized by co-incineration or creating pellets. At the end of this process there is no residual waste as we get 100% economically valuable products from the recyclable secondary raw materials. The complete project of establishing the waste recycling plant in Fadd costs approximately 5 million euros. As a result the Ltd. does some alteration on the premises and expansion to make it eligible to install the technology. It’s necessary to purchase other machines and equipment as well besides the two reactors to ensure the technological background of the whole process.
This step makes it possible to expand the plant with further reactors in the future. 21 new staff members will be employed during the projects.
In this call we apply for the purchase of the two waste recycling technologies (reactors). Its net eligible expenditure is 1.246.960.000 HUF. Our application includes the eligible expenditures for the project management (general project manager and technical expert) or 11.756.500 HUF, and the tasks to fulfil publicity requirements of 3.000.000 HUF. The total net eligible expenditure is 1.261.716.500 HUF.
The fund we apply for is 34,44%, 434.541.480 HUF, the self-contribution is 65,56%, 827.175.020 HUF.
We plan to start the project 15.09.2015, and end it 30.04.2017."
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