Sewage treatment incineration process that oxidises organic matter contained in sludge.
What is Waste Incineration?
The incineration of sludge waste, derived from wastewater, uses thermal treatment to oxidise organic matter contained in the sludge. Incineration is carried out in a furnace using oxygen and high temperatures (over 850 degrees Celsius) resulting in total, or near-total, oxidisation of the organic material.
Veolia Waste Incineration Plant
PYROFLUID is a thermal waste treatment system which oxidises organic matter contained within sewage sludge. It operates at 900 degrees celsius, incinerating sludge in only seconds. The system produces recyclable by-products (ash and dust) which can potentially be used in road construction, concrete production or sent to landfill. The system is fully compliant with the most strict emission standards.
Benefits of Sludge Incineration with PYROFLUID
Here are just some of the benefits provided by the Veolia Water Technologies PYROFLUID thermal sludge removal system:
- Pathogens are totally destroyed
- Sludge waste is totally mineralised
- Recyclable mineral by-products
- Heat production
- No odour
- Low maintenance costs
- High reliability
- 24/7 operation
- Automated, easy operation
- Compliance with strict flue gas standards