Dustiness is an adverse accompanying phenomenon of transporting bulk materials, or piece materials. Reducing the dust quantity leaking from transport equipment to the surrounding must be addressed from the point of health, ecology and legislation. Standards state limits for permitted leaks of pollutants to air.
Modifications of existing technological and transport equipment in relation to Government Regulation No. 406/2004 Coll. on detailed requirements regarding safety and protection of health at the workplace in a potentially explosive environment must be implemented professionally and the maximum precision.
Workers of the Company can analyse the problem and propose a solution for sealing and spraying of transport routes. We provide the problem solution as a complete service, including the implementation, commissioning and handover of the work to the end user.
After the implementation of modifications to the existing transport routes and transfer point hoppers, there is a multiple drop in emission values of dustiness compared to the original values. At the same time, the working environment improves and there are lower costs for cleaning. The priority purpose for modifications is to reduce the danger of formation of an explosive environment and to minimise the impact of dustiness on human health.
An example of technical implementation of modifications to transport routes - see the Reference List.
Biodegradable waste management (grass, leaves, wood, hay etc.) in most towns is completely insufficient. These wastes are usually collected and transported for storing at a controlled landfill. Composting is an alternative to their further use and thus reduction of the quantity of wastes deposited to the landfill.
RPS Ostrava, a.s., can suggest, in cooperation with partner companies, cost-effective comprehensive technologies for the production, transport and storing of biofuel.
A composting plant follows from a proven concept of compost processing in closed areas by means of aerobic fermenting tanks. Aerobic fermenters enable processing all the filling by means of controlled, intensive, aerobic, thermophilic fermentation. Fermenting tanks can also process all conditionally pathogenic wastes, such as sludge from WWTP etc. Fermenting tanks also enable processing wastes according to European Parliament and Council Regulation No. 1774/2002 using the composting technology, which also includes side animal wastes.
The resulting product of a composting plant is a biochemically stabilised and sanitised product. The technology enables producing compost according to the Act on fertilisers (organo-mineral fertiliser), or according to the legislation on renewable energy sources (biomass - compost for energy use).
In recent years our Company has intensively dealt with the solution of problems and designs of technological units for storing and transporting biofuel for the existing and new energy sources. The Reference List shows numerous applications where biofuel transport was successfully implemented from the fuel depot to the operating storage tank. The withdrawal from the storage tank is solved by means of a special system of moving floor. The continuing transport equipment transports biofuel to a boiler.