Thai project “Refuse Derived Fuel” benefits from Finnish technology

Thai firm, Chai Watana Tannery Group Public Company Limited (CWT) has launched the waste management project, “Refuse Derived Fuel” (RDF) in Nakhon Sawan province, Thailand.

As the project is invested by Green Power 1 Company Limited (GP1), a subsidiary of CWT, the company shared that it chose to import the “BMH Technology” machines from Finland to use.

The Finnish BMH Technology is developed to reinforce the use of sustainable fuels, produce materials for waste refining solutions, and support the reduction of CO2 emission.

The project has been receiving positive feedback, especially from large factories like cement plants, which are queuing to use the service and buy the alternative energy resource, said Mr. Weerapol Chaitheerat, Managing Director of CWT.

By August 2023, all the systems will be completely ready for converting the waste to RDF fuels, added Mr. Weerapol.

Currently, CWT is preparing to submit application for registration to gain Carbon Credit.


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