Educative SRF production day scheduled for industry’s finest
Pioneering waste shredder specialist UNTHA UK has scheduled another SRF knowledge-transfer day, complete with presentations from some of the industry’s most talented waste management professionals.
On Wednesday 28 November, UNTHA UK’s dedicated waste to energy team will showcase best-practice SRF production technologies on the site of Brown Recycling, an UNTHA UK client. Delegates will receive a tour of this sophisticated plant before enjoying a programme of educative seminars from industry experts.
Drawing upon the principles of lean manufacturing Marcus Brew, UNTHA UK’s business development manager for waste RDF/SRF applications, will examine how to structure the SRF production system, before considering the importance of input material, equipment and operators when creating a high quality fuel for the end use.
Guests will also be joined by waste recycling and recovery expert Antonia Kay who will highlight the value of the different pieces of equipment that make up a best-practice SRF facility. She will then discuss how each complements the other to ensure constant material flow, high throughputs, maximum uptime and most importantly a quality Solid Recovered Fuel.
It is furthermore a pleasure to announce that Bob Anderson from Wardel Armstrong is set to discuss the implications that typically follow poor equipment choice. Using case study illustrations, Bob will explain how seemingly small procurement savings can result in larger costs and operational issues at a later date. This advice-led presentation will then go on to highlight how these plant problems can be rectified, and even better still, prevented in the first place.
Talking about the day’s event in more detail, Marcus explains: “UNTHA UK is renowned for its commitment to passing on knowledge and specialist insight, because we realise that as a nation there is so much potential for us to flourish in our approach to waste management and sustainable energy sources. We schedule these educative days, in an operational plant environment, to provide the greatest number of learning opportunities whether you are an UNTHA UK client or not. The aim is to support existing and future SRF producers as they develop best practice manufacturing systems in this exciting arena.”
Places on this free SRF day are extremely limited. If you are interested in attending please contact Anne Mattison (0845 450 5388) who can confirm availability of remaining places, or the dates of similar future events. Alternatively email email@example.com, with the subject marked SRF2811.