Separate green waste into fibres and wet organics

Royal Dutch Kusters Engineering - Organic Liquefying Press

While green waste is generally separately collected from other waste types, a differentiation is still made between fibrous and wet organics. While the fibrous organics are ideal for composting, the wet organics can be used more efficiently in digesters to generate biogas. The Organic Liquefying Press allows the user to extract the liquid fraction from the fibrous organics while optimising its biogas potential. Both fractions are then separately collected and can be further processed.

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Benefits of green waste separation with the OLP

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Unmatched resource extraction

Separation of wet organics for AD and dry fibrous materials for better and more efficient composting
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Modular design

With a robust design, remote monitoring and predictive maintenance, the OLP allows for low down time and increased efficiency of waste processing plants.
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Speeds up digestion process of organic material

The cylinder press uses a ram with a force of 137 tons. That is strong enough to crack the cell walls of organic material, speeding up the digesting process.

Separating green waste

To separate the green waste, it is fed at the top of the Organic Liquefying Press from from a conveyor. Then, the material is first pre-pressed and then separated under high pressure. The resulting fractions are the wet and fibrous fractions. 

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Organic Liquefying Press

  • Unmatched resource extraction
  • High purity of separated organics
  • Deployable for a wide range of feedstock
  • Speeds up digestion process of organic material
  • Smart segregation and increased digester efficiency

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Process steps

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