The project was supported by the Israeli Ministry of Environmental Protection. The plant has a capacity of up to 25t/hour. After the delivered material is shredded, using the Komptech Crambo shredder, and freed of iron, it is sent to a special sieving machine (splitter), which produces different grain sizes. The coarse material is returned to a sorting cabin in order to manually sort the material again and remove any contaminants (plastic, foils, stones, etc.). The fine material from the screening machine is then separated into various fractions in another screening machine. Depending on their size and nature, these end products can then be used as material for composting plants or as biomass.
austrian environmental technology company Komptech successfully completed project in israel
Komptech, a leading Austrian technology supplier of machinery and systems for the mechanical and mechanical-biological treatment of solid waste and for the treatment of biomass as a renewable energy source, installed a processing plant for green waste in Qalansuwa towards the end of 2020.