One of the awards went to Lindner in the category “Most Innovative Technology for Alternative Fuels”. This year’s award was to mark the market launch last year of the new Polaris single-shaft shredder. The company optimized this system for the one-step processing of refuse-derived fuel (RDF), specifically designed it meet the stringent requirements of the cement and lime industry.
In the category “Alternative Fuels Supplier of the Year”, the global CemFuels Award went to the Dutch company N+P International B.V., which uses a Polaris single-shaft shredder and thus Lindner’s state-of-the-art shredding technology for the production of high-grade RDF. It is the third time after 2015 and 2016 that it has received this award. N+P has been using the new system since the end of 2016 and has been able to increase its production capacity to a nominal shredder output of 20 metric tons of industrial waste per hour. The result is a Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) with a grain size of 120 mm and a high energy content, which is subsequently processed in a complex process to produce pellets.