RDF dryers are a valid and effective response to the issue of environmental sustainability as they allow the reuse of waste and scraps that society can no longer afford to waste. One of these resources, produced in abundance, is urban waste. Its recycling through drying plants for RDF and CSS with advanced technological systems guarantees excellent results in environmental terms, as well as its transformation into energy.
The fuel that comes from waste treatment is called CDD / CSS, which stands for Secondary Solid Fuel. It is a low carbon content fuel composed of the dry fraction and the bio-dried fraction resulting from the biological mechanical treatment of municipal waste.