What is

Solid recovered fuel (SRF) is an alternative fuel made from non-recyclable waste (selective collection waste sorting rejects or post-consumer waste), the dry component of household waste and bulky waste from waste collection centres.

It is used as an energy source to replace fossil fuels and is a worthwhile alternative when it comes to reducing the amount of buried waste or the share of fossil fuels in the energy mix.

The main stages in producing refuse-derived fuel (RDF) or Solid recovered fuel (SRF)

An AKTID SRF producing plant means :

  • An SRF grade that can be adjusted to the outlets

  • A process designed for optimised, reduced maintenance

  • Over 10 years’ experience in commissioning cutting-edge SRF facilities

  • Loyal customers who reiterate their trust in us: proof of the quality of our facilities