What is RDF? Where does it come from?

Put simply, Refused Derived Fuel (RDF) is produced by transforming what remains of commercial and household waste, once materials that can practicably be recycled have been removed, into a relatively dry fuel that fits our specification for maximum energy generation.

RDF is used in many countries including Sweden, Denmark and Germany.  Sometimes these countries use RDF exported from the UK.

By using RDF, CalaChem – and other business on Earls Gate Park – will benefit from a reliable and clean fuel source which will provide 90% of their heat and electricity needs.

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