The thermal recycling of waste has proved to be an ecologically meaningful solution for creating energy. From the heat gained through incineration, we produce district heat for heating and hot water systems. We also use the steam from hot water to drive turbines.
We use a process to recycle the sewage sludge that arises from the biological purification of waste water. The sewage sludge is first dried and then incinerated, which produces heat that is used for energy self-sufficient plant operation, for sludge drying, for producing steam from hot water to drive turbines, or to produce district heat.