Waste Incineration Plants

Budapest Waste Incineration Plant (HUHA)
Budapest Waste Incineration Plant (HUHA)
Bag-type filter of the Budapest Waste Incineration Plant
Bag-type filter of the Budapest Waste Incineration Plant
Control Room of the Budapest Waste Incineration Plant
Control Room of the Budapest Waste Incineration Plant
Boilers of the Budapest Waste Incineration Plant
Boilers of the Budapest Waste Incineration Plant

Our way of life generates big volumes of wastes. The problems arising in connection with these big volumes of wastes accumulated in residential communities are well-known in cases where waste management does not work.

In the waste incineration plants, heat and electrical energy are generated during the incineration of the waste. The plants may use both municipal and selected waste during the incineration process. Simultaneously with heat and electricity generation, exhaust gases are generated through combustion process, which are exhausted into the atmosphere in a controlled manner, via a cleaning equipment. The residues (ash and fly ash) are disposed in the landfill also in a controlled manner as per their composition. The volume of the residues generated during the incineration is approximately one-twentieth of the volume of the original wastes, therefore the area required in the landfill for the disposal of the waste is considerably smaller.

Thus, by means of the waste management procedure

  • environmental pollution is mitigated, as the limit values are strictly observed during the waste incineration process,
  • the use of natural resources is reduced.

In line with the above, waste incineration plants play an important role in supplying the adjacent residential areas with district heat.

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