The impact of low-temperature pyrolysis on the environment
In recent years, the process of recycling solid waste has become more relevant than ever. Pyrolysis installations can effectively solve the problem of garbage accumulation.
It must be understood that the process of pyrolysis of materials is not a combustion process. Burning occurs as a result of the exposure of the polymer chain to oxygen. This releases energy. Oxygen does not participate in the pyrolysis process and an endothermic reaction occurs.
Pyrolysis plants (ovens) allow you to process:
- polymers and plastics;
- car tires;
- oil sludge and much more.
The introduction of pyrolysis furnaces in industries with a large accumulation of waste will help to significantly reduce the level of disposal costs. In addition, the company can receive a certain profit through the sale or internal use of pyrolysis products.
The main advantage of pyrolysis is that the technology makes it possible to obtain thermal energy and various valuable products from waste, practically without polluting the environment.
Environmental safety – today!
Solid waste pyrolysis is a technology that will help displace waste disposal, thereby unloading landfills and reducing the negative impact of garbage accumulations on the environment. In addition, the pyrolysis process makes it possible to obtain oil products, thereby reducing the load on the oil refining industry. Any synthetic, vegetable or animal hydrocarbons can be pyrolyzed.
With full compliance with the technological regime, the low-temperature pyrolysis process meets the requirements and standards of sanitary and epidemiological control. It is considered an environmentally friendly method of disposal of various waste. During the pyrolysis process, an environmentally friendly and complete thermal destruction of various biologically active substances occurs, while the emissions of combustion products into the atmosphere are minimized. With the use of high-quality equipment and adherence to technology, 99.5% reduction in harmful emissions into the atmosphere can be achieved.
Low-temperature pyrolysis ensures the absence of biologically active compounds in processed products. Further storage of waste will not harm nature. Another advantage is the reduction of waste volumes due to the high density of the resulting ash.