Following the installation of TOMRA’s technology, the plant is now able to process 280,000 tonnes of infeed RDF annually to produce 140,000 tonnes of Subcoal® pellets and 80,000 tonnes of SRF.
Michael Kolijn, Plant Development Manager at N+P, comments: “TOMRA has a long-standing reputation for excellence in optical sorting across different sectors and, in particular, recycling. With TOMRA’s equipment installed at our Teesside facility, we are not only able to control the output specification to a greater degree, but can also optimise the throughput using the readings from TOMRA’s online analysis unit.”
Gavin Russell, Area Sales Manager UK at TOMRA Recycling, adds: “Our latest generation AUTOSORT™ units incorporate highly sophisticated sensor-based sorting technology which consistently delivers outstanding results. We are delighted that N+P is able to produce superior quality alternative fuels that meet and even exceed the quality standards required by the market.”
About N+P Group
Dutch-based N+P Group is a pioneer in the development of concepts to utilise non-recyclable waste streams as alternative fuels or alternative raw materials. N+P’s developments are heavily focused around bridging waste to value, reducing the necessity to landfill materials but upgrading them into high quality alternatives for fossil-based commodities. N+P has multiple offices and production locations in Europe, with a turnover of approx. 145 million euros per annum. More information can be found at www.npgroup.com.