With over 25 years in engineering, waste treatment and disposal Enerj8 has provided a multitude of waste solutions that benefits the local geographical area, economy and community both in the UK and wider international market.
A wider recycling solution featuring a Thermal Degradiation Process, provides an economical solution to the removal of
waste, whilst providing continuous low grade heat to be used in other processes, district heating and or production of electrical energy for export or to run the plant itself.
Working with local government and partners to create a flexible privately funded solution, local employment, skills growth and increase green credentials.
Waste to Product
The Enerj8 process is uses advanced technology to convert non-recyclable, non-hazardous materials into renewable
products and energy.
We have developed a decentralised solution, with plants strategically placed at locations across the country to reduce transport cost, carbon footprint, with less impact on the environment. The main purpose of the waste treatment system is to remove the need for sending waste to landfill, helping to create a more sustainable world for future generations.
Our technology converts waste product that would normally go for export or landfill, into a viable raw material for use in
construction products. The residual heat from this process can be used for additional process treatments of further waste types, District Heating, or can be used to generate power using ORC technology.
Our technology can also accept waste that cannot normally be accommodated in a recycling centre and if required a certificate of destruction can be provided
Our processing facility will accept RDF made up of the materials listed below:
Materials that we can process
- Mixed bag waste
- Domestic waste
- Fixed carbon
- None combustible
Waste we can accept that should be recycled prior to delivery to our facility
- Ferrous & Non-Ferrous Metals
Material that cannot be destructed
- Organic Material
- uPVC Windows
- WEEE (The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive)