We are working towards zero to landfill. Over the last 10 years the Enerj8 team have been self-funding research and development into the Thermal Oxidisation process following removal of valuable materials. This process can change the state of waste that would usually go to landfill or export. The technology is mobile, modular and each unit can process 10,000 tonnes of waste per annum.
The Enerj8 process is a technically-advanced, well proven technology converting non-recyclable, non-hazardous materials into renewable energy.
We have recognised that both in the UK and internationally, the destruction of domestic and commercial waste generally relies on large incineration plants accompanied by steam production of electricity for export. This has a large capital outlay and high maintenance cost with ongoing cost for land fill of contaminated waste.
We have sourced a decentralised solution, with plants to be strategically placed at locations across the country to reduce transport cost, carbon footprint and have 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 services include destructing materials that either cannot be recycled, need to be destructed securely, or a mixture of materials that cannot be separated easily in a cost effective manner at our licensed facility in Winsford, Cheshire. This facility takes end of the line waste materials specified as Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF).
The facility can also accept waste that cannot normally be accommodated in a recycling centre and if required a certificate of destruction can be provided. The by-product from our process is heat that can be used for district heating or any form of heat requirement.
Our processing facility will accept RDF made up of the materials listed below:
- 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
- Organic Material
- uPVC Windows
- WEEE (The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive)