What is the Organic Fraction of Municipal Solid Waste (OFMSW)?

The grey waste stream that originates from households still contains organic material. Once in the typical black bag, the organic materials such as.

Summary Banknote Recycling Study 2024

Towards the end of 2023, Royal Dutch Kusters Engineering carried out an extensive survey involving Central Banks globally in partnership with.

Why does briquette density matter?

Shredded cotton banknotes are briquetted for various reasons, but the most important reason is volume reduction. In addition to this, the dust can.

Insect farming as an alternative for protein

Worldwide we experience a growth in insect farming. Farming insects for animal or human consumption can be a viable alternative for traditional.

Summary Banknote Recycling Study November 2022

In recent months, Royal Dutch Kusters Engineering has conducted a survey among Central Banks and Printing Works worldwide. The investigation related.

Environmental re-use of shredded banknotes

The shredded banknote recycling process is often arranged depending on the volume of the banknotes, if these are shredded centrally or decentrally,.

Easily adapt your currency destruction systems to polymer

Since 1979, our banknote destruction systems can handle cotton, polymer, and hybrid banknotes. There is no exceptional design needed to deal with.

Destroying polymer banknotes is not so difficult

Although the concept of banknote destruction is the same for all substrates, we are happy to explain the whole process for polymer notes in this.

Turning mixed waste into energy: Separate organics from solid and fibrous waste

The organic fraction in mixed waste streams is ideal for producing biogas. However, despite the effort put into separating and recycling waste, many.

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