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Waste treatment by the technology of Japan

(10:07:35 AM 28/11/2014)
(Tinmoitruong.vn) - Department of Natural Resources & Environment of Ha Tinh province has coordinated with Ky Anh construction and urban environmental management consulting joint stock Company to implement the pilot model of household waste treatment by incinerators following the GFC-Sankyo Nfi-05 technology of Japan. This model has gradually opened new prospects in solid waste treatment and environmental protection.

Waste treatment by the technology of Japan

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With this technology, the amount of waste burned in the incinerator can be up to 10 tons/day, operational time is approximately 20 hours/day, the ash is burned completely, and about 1-2% is released. The waste incineration does not need fuel or electricity.

According to Department of Natural Resources and Environment, when the large-scale household waste treatment factory has not been built, the GFC-Sankyo Nfi-05 incinerator is fully consistent with the scale of solid waste treatment in the local, contributes to addressing waste stagnancy that pollutes the environment.

Pham Trung
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