Waste contains both native (like wood, fibres or fat) and synthetic (like plastic or lubricant) organic matter. Both organic matter fractions can be turned
into a residue derived fuel, so-called "RDF".
The use of RDF as a fuel for engines or for electricity and heat production is a common practice. These Waste-to-Energy or Waste-to-Fuel technologies
have achieved a high grade of development in terms of low environmental impacts and high thermal efficiency. By innovative processes most organic
waste fractions can be converted into high-quality fuels, be it in a solid, liquid or gaseous form.
Consult COMP-ANY which is at the forefront of RDF developments.