Pyrolysis Rotary Kiln Technology
Indirectly heats the contaminated soil, in the absence of oxygen, to approximately 600˚C. Contaminants in the soil are separated (‘pyrolysed’) from the soil and then combusted between 1100˚C and 1200˚C.


The indirect heat removes the risk of potential combustion and the oxygen-free environment eliminates potential for dioxin formation.

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