Mechanical waste treatment
There are many machines for the mechanical treatment of waste. The questions which arise, however, can be multiple: Which machines are best suited for which kinds of wastes? Which throughput rates are possible? How should the various units be arranged in a treatment chain in order to achieve optimal results? Which extraction rate, which recycling rate can be attained realistically? How can the location of a plant in the general arrangement be optimized? We have answers to all your questions. The high number of comparable projects that we have completed in recent years makes us experts in the fields of the mechanical treatment of wastes in mechanical-biological waste treatment plants, sorting plants for commercial wastes or packaging materials and RDF treatment plants. In 1985, our employees designed their first waste sorting plant with a throughput rate of 30,000 Mg/a and since then, they have designed about 200 more mechanical waste treatment plants.
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Biological waste treatment
The biological treatment of waste does not only help to gain high-quality compost from organic wastes, it can also help to gain energy by anaerobic digestion. IUT employees have been in the front line since the beginnings of large-scale composting and fermentation of organic waste.
Almost all operators of mechanical-biological waste treatment plants in Austria are among the clients of our company. One of the best examples of our work is the mechanical-biological waste treatment plant in Frohnleiten. With a performance of 93.700 Mg/a, it is the biggest such treatment plant in Austria. When it was licensed, it was the first plant to be licensed according to the Austrian Environmental Impact Assessment Act and IUT supported the operator of this plant from the preliminary design stage, throughout the licensing procedure, during the erection of the plant and to the acceptance of the plant by the client.
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Landfills and waste storages
When storing or treating non-hazardous waste, the protection of the environment as well as of the residents of the area and the workers, fire prevention and explosion prevention are major issues to be taken into consideration. In the case of hazardous waste, these issues evidently become even more important. Due to the fact that our employees have helped to develop and advance technical guidelines and norms for the temporary storage of hazardous and non-hazardous wastes, IUT can provide its clients with precious know-how on the technical and operational requirements pertaining to waste storages.
A landfill is also a kind of storage – a final disposal site. Whether the landfill has to hold untreated or pre-treated municipal waste, construction waste or excavated material – landfill technology and operations have to make sure that the environment, the workers and the residents are protected.
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In order to be licensed, an industrial plant has to meet a wide variety of legal requirements. Once the plant has been licensed, these regulations also have to be abided by in the course of the daily operations. There are mechanical and electronic aspects to be taken into consideration, emissions to be limited and various other steps (mainly concerning fire and explosion prevention as well as the protection of the workforce) to be taken into consideration. In order to do so, you need a team of experienced experts – and you will find it with IUT. Our years of experience in the preparation of licensing procedures for industrial facilities as well as our know-how in all the relevant areas (licensing procedures, final approval procedures, audits, fire and explosion prevention, protection of the workforce) make us your logical choice!
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