Why do we need modern waste incineration plants?


The answer is quite simple.

"For the future it is not a matter of predicting it, but of making it possible. „

Quote of Antoine de Saint Exupéry, Citadelle, 1948

Firstly, the world is suffocating in garbage and secondly, rotting garbage produces 28 times worse greenhouse gases than CO2.

Methane is decomposed much more slowly and cannot simply be disposed of.

If we do not face these problems, they will catch up with us all by themselves.

Worse heat waves, drying up soils and extreme droughts.

In addition, we deprive species of their habitat and contribute to the increasingly rapid melting of permafrost.

This then releases huge amounts of methane again and accelerates the greenhouse effect.

We take care of our mobility at breathtaking speed, but we neglect our waste problem all the more. 


We have solutions and offers.

Combustion plants
Available with standardised capacities of the plant types:
SICF-S with 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 800 and 1000 kg/h @ 15 MJ/kg sludge.
SICF with 400, 600, 800, 1000, 1200, 1600 and 2000 kg/h @ 15 MJ/kg solid waste.

Example of a general layout for sewage sludge


These pages, flyers and brochures might also be of interest to you:

Equipment for a modern incineration plant
Online English
Flow sheet and components of a stationary incineration plant

ZANNI combustion grate for all types of waste
English Flyer
GRATE-SR10S 202020000952.pdf (1.82MB) 


ZANNI-Verbrennungsrost für alle Abfallarten
Deutscher Flyer
VERBRENNUNGSROST-SR10S 202020000952.pdf (1.82MB) 


ZANNI combustion grate fact sheets
English Flyer
ZANNI-GRATE.pdf (1.58MB) 


ZANNI Verbrennungsrost Fakten
Deutscher Flyer


ZANNI combustion grate for sewage sludge incineration
English brochure


ZANNI Verbrennungsrost für Klärschlammverbrennung
Deutsche Broschüre