Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all
Making the most of the EU Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF) instrument, the project provides an upgrade to the plant layout in order for it to meet the increasingly stringent environmental regulations and maximize recovery and recycling rates. The initiative broadly contributes to enhancing the integrated cycle of urban waste.
Comune di Tufino (NA)
Type of service:
Technical and economic feasibility project
Total site surface:
Aerobic-anaerobic OFMSW section
Treatment capacity: 75.700 t/year
Produced Compost: 10.500 t/year
Produced Biomethane: 600 Nm3/h
Paper and Cardboard recovery line
Treatment capacity: 37.200 t/year
Plastic material bales: 2.400 t/year
Paper and Cardboard bales: 29.000 t/year
Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all
Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation
Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts
Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development
The plant produces biomethane for the transport sector and compost for agricultural use in compliance with European and national regulations (EU regulation EN:13432 and the new European fertilizer regulation 2019/1009).
The revamp will include two process lines:
- An Aerobic-Anaerobic treatment section for the Organic Fraction of the Municipal Solid Waste (OFMSW) that will recover high-quality compost and biomethane;
- A Section for the recovery of paper and cardboard coming from MSW segregated at source.
The aerobic-anaerobic process line provides a waste treatment capacity equal to 75.500 t/year, 57.000 t/y of OFMSW, and 18.700 t/y of green waste. The section consists of:
a) A reception bunker followed by mechanical pre-treatment of incoming waste;
b) An anaerobic digestion section, where biomass undergoes a biochemical conversion producing biogas and a residual liquid (digestate);
c) A digestate mechanical dewatering section, with subsequent flocculation and flotation treatment followed by a leachate treatment plant;
d) A composting section for the aerobic stabilization of the solid digestate, thus obtaining a quality compost;
e) An up-grading unit for the biogas produced by the anaerobic digestion to bio-methane.