IBAA (Incinerator Bottom Ash Aggregate)
Incinerator Bottom Ash Aggregates (IBAA) is the waste material created following the incineration of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW).
IBAA ash can be re-used in construction and landscaping.
The production process involves screening and sizing of materials including the separation of ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
This is followed by re-screening, including further metal removal and then stockpiling of the final product.
The main users of IBAA processing equipment are UK independent incinerator operators and waste management companies.
To browse recycling options for the creation of Incinerator Bottom Ash Aggregates, see used equipment for sale or call 0770 306 6111 discuss your unique needs.
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Formed in 2006, WRT Recycling has 40+ years of in-house specialist expertise for you to tap into. We are therefore, the UK authority when it comes to the sale and hire of new and used waste recycling equipment.
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