3-in-a-row to ensure efficient production in WtE plant
Nothing left to chance
Wuhu Lvzhou Environmental Energy is part of Zheneng Jinjiang Environment
Holding Co., Ltd, a listed company with a wide range of waste-to-energy activities. The company has more than 20 plants in China and there are more to come in the next few years. The goal is to receive around 60,000 tonnes of MSW every day when all the plants are in operation. With this capacity, it’s no wonder that Zheneng Jinjiang Environment is a high-tech company that takes a thorough approach to purchasing new equipment for the company’s many plants – not least when it comes to purchasing shredders. For many years, the company has been testing and comparing a variety of shredder suppliers based on specific criteria for the processing of MSW. This has led to the sale of three M&J PreShred 4000S units thus far.
Efficient production is a must
M&J sold the first M&J PreShred 4000S to Wuhu Lvzhou Environmental Energy
back in 2013. Another one followed in 2015, and the last has just been delivered to the plant in Wuhu. There are several reasons why this particular model fits so well into the company’s production process. It has proven to be reliable, flexible and highly efficient in separating the often very mixed materials that characterize Chinese MSW. Furthermore, government requirements for flue gas emissions have gradually been tightened in recent years, increasing the need to break the waste down into smaller sizes in a single operation. Effective shredding to homogeneous sizes – regardless of input – is one of the greatest qualities of the robust M&J PreShred 4000S.
The machine ensures a continuous flow through the plant, without costly pauses in production. In addition, Wuhu Lvzhou Environmental Energy are guaranteed quick service from M&J’s local service team as soon
as the need arises.
Zheneng Jinjiang Environment Holding Co., Ltd focuses on the planning, development, construction, operation, and management of waste-to-energy (WTE) facilities. The company processes municipal solid waste and sells electricity and steam generated through its WTE process.