Waste management in compliance with national rules and European directives poses many challenges for companies in the industry, which are responsible in particular for caring for the environment.

Waste management is based on three major principles: the waste generation prevention – a factor considered to be extremely important in any waste management strategy, directly related both to the production methods improvement and to the determination of consumers to change their demand product (orientation towards green products); recycling and reuse – if waste is generated, encouraging a high level of component materials recovery, preferably through material recycling. Reference can also be made to improve the final disposal of waste and monitor this process because if the waste cannot be recovered, it must be disposed of in safe conditions for the environment and human health, with a strict monitoring program.

The incineration of hazardous and non-hazardous waste can produce emissions of substances that pollute the air, water, and soil and have negative effects on human health. Therefore, any waste incinerator needs operations automation to minimize the possibility of human error that can lead to environmental disasters, to meet the atmospheric emissions limit values, to control the wastewater discharge from exhaust gas treatment, and to have strict monitoring of the relevant operating parameters and emissions.

As part of the project for Bic System in Belgium, the Technoelectric team developed and installed several automation panels for a waste incinerator where facilities can operate with minimal human intervention and with maximum control of monitoring and operation incinerator.

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