Environmental compliance and recycling specialist, Clarity Environmental, is collaborating with domestic and overseas partners to provide a new service for businesses looking to achieve zero waste to landfill.
Providing assistance to both waste producers and recovery plants, Clarity is managing the export of refuse-derived fuel (RDF) and solid recovered fuel (SRF). The company’s first contract has left for the Continent this month, to an incinerator in Cologne where it will be used by energy recovery plants as a fossil fuel replacement.
Director at Clarity Environmental, John Adams, who heads up the company’s waste and recycling team, said:
“Whether you are a waste producer, overseas facility with capacity, or a business looking for new routes to export RDF or SRF, we can offer a range of services that will help manage the export of material. “Clarity has vast experience in the waste and recycling sector and specialist knowledge of European waste exports and the TFS process and we know that one solution does not fit all businesses. We are offering solutions for refuse-derived fuel and solid recovered fuel that can be tailor-made to requirements and most importantly, we will provide a solution that businesses can trust.”
On 10 to 12 September 2013, Clarity Environmental returns as an exhibitor to the RWM exhibition, where this latest and significant business development will be a large feature of their attendance. We made successful contacts at last year’s RWM exhibition that enabled us to move forward with developing this new service.
Clarity Environmental will be exhibiting at stand 19T48 at RWM 2013.
Refuse derived fuel (RDF) is a fuel produced by shredding and dehydrating solid waste that is unsuitable for traditional recycling. Consisting largely of combustible components of municipal waste, such as plastics and biodegradable waste, RDF captures the energy in non-recyclable waste and turns it into a replacement for fossil fuels, such as coal or oil.