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  • 2.
    • About Feniks Waste Management :TD
    Feniks Waste Management LTD i s in the business of providing thermal treatment technologies for the safe disposal of Waste to Energy. The senior management of Van Feniks waste Management have been closely involved in the design and upgrading of the thermal processes at the Netherlands. World renowned facility specializing in the safe treatment of waste to Energy Plants. Mr. Van Sommeren is an adviser on waste treatment technologies in 15 country’s
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    • About CMTS Van Sommeren Intl.
    The consortium offers proven technologies to the international Waste to Energy communities to replace traditional thermal methods that are posing severe challenges to our living environment
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    • Advanced Technology Centre in Europe
    Netherlands Office Koningstraat 99, 6651 KK Druten, The Netherlands Te. +31 487 514838 Fax. +31 487 515236
  • 5. MISSION STATEMENT Our mission is to become a valued partner to our customers and to make significant contribution to preserving a sustainable environment and striving for a cleaner future, through use of advanced technology solutions and leveraging on our wide engineering experience and global network.
  • 6. COMPANY ACTIVITIES Feniks Waste Management LTD has broad international experience in the design, engineering, procurement and construction of waste-to-alternative fuel plants, hospital waste, hazardous waste, anaerobic treatment facilities, providing all the technical and management skills needed to complete a project successfully.
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    - Medical waste, Hazardous waste and Municipal Solid Waste treatment plants - Material Recovery Facility - Composting Plant - Anaerobic Digestion Plant - Waste to Energy
  • 8. (to produce Biogas from kitchen waste) BIOGAS DIGESTER
  • 9. (to produce soil amendments from MSW organics) TUNNEL COMPOSTING
  • 12. Integrated Hospital Waste Incineration Plant
  • 13. Industrial Furnaces and Combustion System
  • 14. Users: Kayaba, Suzuki, Hicom, Altum, Global Autotech, Seagate, Phillips, Matsushita Fabrication of Melting & Holding Furnaces
  • 15.
    • Production of Furnace & Incinerator Parts
    • using CNC Machines
  • 16.
    • Production Facility In Netherlands
  • 17.
    • Production Facility In Netherlands
  • 18.
    • To Its Customer
    • In The Field Of Waste Treatment Technologies
    • Project Management
    • Basic Engineering
    • Detailed Engineering
    • Construction Management
    • Contract Management, cost control and time scheduling
    • Worldwide sourcing of quality equipment and materials
    • Supervision and control of construction and erection
    • Quality inspections in the factory or on site
    • Commissioning and start-up of installations
    • Operator training
    Delivers Professional Services
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    • Equipment Supply
    • Gasifiers and Incinerators
    • Shredders and Pelletizers
    • Waste Handling Conveyors
    • Flue Gas Treatment and Scrubbers
    • Material Handling / Waste Feeding Equipment
    • Drum Screens to separate MSW and Industrial Waste Air Seperation Equipment / Windshifters
    • PLC Hardware and Software Process Control System
  • 20. PLC and SCADA Process Control
    • Maximise plant availability
    • Achieve better plant performances
    • Compliance with environmental and safety requirements
    • Maximise throughput of the plant
    • Maximise energy output
    • Minimise maintenance costs
    • Minimise consumption of chemicals & utilities
    • Organise or assist with major overhauls or plant upgrades
  • 22.
    • Tools for Product Design & Development : Autocad Inventor
    Modular Solid Waste Incineration Plant
  • 23. SCADA System Control Topology
  • 24. GLOBAL PRESENCE C ~ Installation Site A ~ Agent
  • 25. Municipal Solid Waste Waste Separation & Material Recovery Facility Landfill Gasification System Anaerobic Digestion Of Wet Organics Power Generation Integrated MSW Treatment
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    • Prevention of waste production
    • Design of minimal waste production and design to enable beneficial use
    • Product recycling (re-use)
    • Material recycling
    • Recovery for use as fuel
    • Disposal by incineration (without energy recovery)
    • Disposal to landfill
    “ Ladder of Lansink” (Principle of EU Policy) most preferred least preferred
  • 27.
  • 28. Plastics, Glass, Paper Ferrous (fine and coarse) SRF (textile, paper) and others Inert (coarse) MS Wet Organics Temporary Stockpile Waste Sorting Technology Anaerobic Digestion Gasification Technology Recycling Line Waste Separation & Material Recovery Facility
  • 29. Waste Sorting Technology
  • 30. Unsorted Domestic Waste
  • 31. Domestic Waste Bag Opener
  • 32. Grapple Crane (hopper/bunker)
  • 33. Drum Screen to remove wet organics from unsorted MSW Drum Screen
  • 34. to recover pieces of plastics, cartons, non ferrous metals Hand Picking Station
  • 35. Bins for recovered waste that can be recycled Hand Picking Station
  • 36. Magnetic Separator to recover Ferrous material
  • 37. Automatic Air Separation to recover light plastics, paper
  • 38. Final fractions to be shredded to form Solid Recovered Fuel
  • 39. Please click on the pictures to play video Shredder
  • 40. Baled Plastics and Papers For Sale $$$$$
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  • 42. Wet Organics For Anaerobic Digestion
  • 43. Treatment of MSW Wet Organics Onsite Anaerobic Phased Solids Digester & Power Generation System
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  • 45. Problems based on Community Environmental Concerns
    • Waste products contaminating ground & runoff water
    • Air quality requirements for NOx, greenhouse gas & related odor and air emissions
    • Landfill volume reduction / diversion requirements
    • Landfill disposal permitting restrictions
  • 46. Anaerobic Digester Technology
    • Natural process offering “Green” solutions
    • Produces no odor in an oxygen deprived environment
    • Produces usable, medium grade, bio - gas fuel
    • Value added conversion of waste feedstock provides:
      • Bio gas fuel used for process heating and electricity
      • Concentrated soil amendment
      • Nutrient enriched water for irrigation
  • 47. Anaerobic Digestion Biological Process Bio Gas Organic Waste Undigested Solids & Water CH 4 + CO 2 Organic Matter M ethanol G enesis Acetogenesis Hydrolysis
  • 48. Digester System Process Feed Stock Into System Agriculture Waste Organic Process Waste Seaweed Municipal Green Waste Gas Motor Electric Power to load Organic Soil Amendment Fluid Circulation Hydrolysis Tank Gasification Tank Methane Gas Fuel Heated Water System Output Nutrient Rich Irrigation Water Hot Water or Steam for Heating
  • 49. Food Waste And Wet Organics from separated MSW Hammer Mill Mixer
  • 50. Anaerobic Digestion Of MSW Wet Organics Reduction of methane emissions (greenhouse gas) to atmosphere Provides nutrient enriched effluent water for local irrigation
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    • INCINERATION / SYNGAS PRODUCTION of Solid Recovered Fuel (a.k.a RDF)
  • 52. Gasification Technology
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  • 54. Gasification technology with flue gas cleaning Syngas (Alternative Fuel) from MSW
  • 55. A Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) is the fuel produced from solid waste.   By using the highly precise CMTS-VSI waste sorting technology, the perishable wet materials with high contaminants and non-combustible materials are removed from the municipal solid waste. The remaining contents which are all combustible materials with high calorific value are shredded, dried, mixed with additives and pressed to become high quality SRF. The end product is dry and anti-mold and can be stored and transported easily. The average calorific values is about 12,500 – 17,500 kJ/kg (3,000 – 4,200 kcal/kg) and the burning point is around 250 – 270 °C. Solid Recovered Fuel
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    • Advantages of Using SRF
    • Eliminating the need to landfill
    • Environmentally friendly energy recovery
    • Quality fuel at a low cost
    • Fuel with consistent quality
    • Reduced pollution in burning
    • Suitable for long term storage
    • Reusable ash residue
    SRF Fluff – light fuel from waste SRF-pellets: excellent handling properties. Solid Recovered Fuel
  • 57. Pyrolysis Gasification Technology to reduce MSW (SRF) to ash with optional heat recovery for Power Generation
  • 58. SYNGAS, Combustible gases, methane, complex hydrocarbons, hydrogen, and carbon monoxide Optional Heat Recovery For Power Generation Ash to be landfilled Products of Gasification
  • 59. Steam Turbine Power Generation
  • 60. Cleaning of flue gases from gasification process to meet EU Standard Optional : Flue gases containing CO 2 can be feed stock for Algae to produce Bio-diesel
  • 61. Step 1: Flue Gas Cooling Flue Gas Cleaning Method Quencher
  • 62. Step 2: Flue Gas Cleaning to remove dust and acidic gases Scrubber Flue Gas Cleaning Method
  • 63. Step 3 : Dioxin Treatment Dioxin Filter Flue Gas Cleaning Method
  • 64. Flue Gas Emission in accordance to EU Standard prior to discharge to atmosphere Continuous Emission Monitoring System Flue Gas Cleaning Method
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  • 66. In Collaboration With Southern Waste Management LANDFILL MANAGEMENT
  • 67. Recovered Waste Materials Separated from Soil Cover Landfill On Site Waste Recovery
  • 68. Recovered Waste Materials further processed in MRF to recover plastics, metals for sale Landfill Remediation Works
  • 69. Asia Office Texas.U.S.A No.9, Jalan TPP 5/13, San Antonio 47100 Puchong, MALAYSIA Texas Tel. +6 03 - 80623686 Ms Lizette Odfalk Fax.+6 03 - 80623680 E.U. Office Koningstraat 99, 6651 KK Druten, The Netherlands Te. +31 487 514838 Fax. +31 487 515236 For More Information On Integrated MSW Treatment Technologies please visit website: www.cmtsproduct.com e-mail: sales@cmtsproduct.com