for Waste Management Business

 Eco-friendly ceramic-like material production machine by thermal decomposition of burnable wastes.

ERCM is a reactor in which any kind of burnable wastes are thermally decomposed and changed into ceramic-like ash material.
Wastes are supplied two or three times per day
 through the dual-damper system.

Burnable wastes are dried and thermally decomposed in the reactor.
Cooling air supplied uniformly into the reactor rapidly cools
 the exhaust gas and quenches the thermal decomposition reaction.
Very narrow self-sustained thermal decomposition zone
 is well heated up to 1000
, while the rest of the reactor
 are under the temperature around 100

Merit of ERCM (compared with conventional incinerators) 
No auxiliary fuel is required.
High volume and weight reduction ratios.
Low pollutant emission.
Low capital, running and maintenance costs.

Operating Principle of ERCM

Example of the process flow of ERCM
Waste supply Reactor Ash recovery Exhaust gas holder Condensed water filter
Dual-damper Ceramic-like ash Exhaust gas cooler Activated carbon  (activated carbon,
  charcoal, zeolite)
Damper driver Air inlet Exhaust gas scrubber Catalytic oxidizer Sewage discharge

Wastes can be recycled after ERCM treatment !
Separated liquid from ERCM
 (hydrocarbon oil)

Application and treatment will be changed depending on the supplied wastes
Emulsified fuel
Agricultural usage


Waste water treatment
Solid residue of ERCM
 (ceramic-like inorganic material)

Solid residue of ERCM (ceramic-like inorganic material) (sample photo)
Construction wastes Chicken manure Oyster/scallop Sewage sludge Incineration ash

Ceramic granules produced from solid residue of ERCM (sample photo)
Diameter 6~10㎜ Diameter 3~4㎜ Diameter 1~2㎜ Disk material produced from the residue of ERCM (diameter 15 cm×thickness 3 cm)

The residue (inorganic ceramic-like material) obtained from plant wastes is mineral rich and widely applicable.

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 1879-386 Nagasu, Kashima-city, IBARAKI, 314-0022 Japan