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Refused Derived Fuel

Refuse-Derived Fuel (RDF) is a sustainable energy source derived from residual waste that remains after the primary waste processing stages. This residual waste, often comprising materials that are challenging to process through traditional means, is repurposed to create RDF. The primary advantage of RDF lies in its combustible properties, making it an effective heat fuel.
RDF serves as a valuable alternative fuel in industries such as cement and coal, where its combustible nature is harnessed for heat generation. This not only provides a solution for the responsible disposal of residual waste but also contributes to reducing reliance on traditional fossil fuels.
The cement and coal industries benefit from RDF as a cost-effective and environmentally friendly substitute, aligning with sustainable practices and addressing energy needs while minimizing the environmental impact of waste disposal. Overall, RDF represents an innovative approach to waste management and energy generation, fostering a more circular and eco-conscious industrial landscape.

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