August 19, 2019 by Amanpreet
A new study of Fact.MR estimates the refuse-derived fuel market to reach ~50 Mn tons in 2019, recording ~3% Y-o-Y growth over 2018. A slew of aspects, ranging from narrowed prospects of landfill and increased waste generation, to government support for establishing energy from waste (EFW) facilities to local players, continue to drive development and adoption of refuse-derived fuel worldwide.
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Governments across the globe have already commenced emphasizing the waste-to-energy (WtE) potential of their country, exploiting garbage that otherwise abuse landfills, to create fuel that serve as feed in myriad applications. Refuse-derived fuel adoption will benefit from growing number of WtE facilities abreast government initiatives toward reducing plastic waste and carbon emissions. As the pressure on landfill continues to grow, the future points at development of mega capacity WtE plants worldwide, driving demand for refuse-derived fuel while creating sustainable ecosystems.
The study opines that the global interest in refuse-derived fuel will see a considerable growth, as it gains momentum as viable option for sustainable energy. Greater levels of waste ensued from rapid urbanization and industrialization, have led the focus of governments on waste management frameworks. Additionally, the push for clean energy sources and reducing dependency on landfills will continue to favor WtE establishments, thereby creating demand for refuse-derived fuel.
According to the study, stakeholders in the market are concentrating on exploring the application scope of the refuse-derived fuel. However, their use in co-processing of cement kiln is expected to lead the way, accounting for ~60% market shares. The energy intensive nature of cement kiln production has prompted the search for feasible substitutes of conventional fossil fuels, such as refuse-derived fuel.
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The impetus to fossil fuel alternatives in production of cement kiln and clinker is evident, being driven by government initiatives to use residential and industrial waste for production of bioenergy. The requirement for alternative fuel and raw materials has complemented the urging need for refuse-derived fuel as kiln feeds. Refuse-derived fuel offers significant opportunity to improve the thermal substitution rate of the cement kilns, while achieving an apt and consistent calorific value for firing cement kilns.
According to the study, the profitability of Europe for stakeholders in the refuse-derived fuel market is here to stay. The region is estimated to account for ~60% sales of refuse-derived fuel in 2019, and the status quo is expected to prevail in the foreseeable future. The lead of Europe in the refuse-derived fuel market is underpinned by the presence of large-scale co-processing plants, and robust internal trade activities apropos of refuse-derived fuel.
The study opines that opportunities are imminent in developing economies of APEJ, as governments undertake initiatives that promote waste management and derived fuel as alternatives to fossil fuels used as feeds in cement processing and power generation industries. As energy from waste becomes an imperative source of bioenergy in APEJ, governments in the region are encouraging the stakeholders to adopt best practices for refuse-derived fuel production, while promoting establishments of WtE plants.
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