Standardization and Modularization

Standardisation and Simplicity of Design

Every item of machinery is of standard capacity, standard design and are designed to operate independently as a module. CRC STAG system design and layout is dependent upon the prescribed or required production throughput – such as the volume of tonnes of MSW that will be collected and deposited on the Tipping Floor of the waste processing facility.

Each process or production line is stand-alone and entirely self-sufficient and is designed to operate alone. If the volume of waste is prescribed then RCR’s engineering team calculate and prescribe an agreed number of modules – all stand alone production lines. This is identical if the production line is making or assembling photovoltaic solar panels or processing end of life tires, or sorting and treating waste plastics.

The modular design eliminates risk of plant failure and in the event of a malfunction and the need to shut down a module, the other modules continue to operate effectively and by altering the loading density within say the autoclaves any shortfall in volume waste processing capacity is made up by increasing eh density of compaction within the autoclave and thus there is an imperceptible difference in plant output or processing the prescribed tonnage per day of MSW feedstock.

SGS are engaged as a matter of course for all turnkey deliveries and their surveyors are on site from day one of the commencement of works, with the excavation of foundations and setting out the site for the various functions and buildings. Their involvement ensures quality of delivery, the prescribed sequence of work, the computation for monetary compensation for completion or partial completion of each element or phase in the scope of works.

This avoids over payment or indeed underpayment of milestone payments or draw downs against the SBLC and eliminates any interruption in supply due to breakdown of payment schedules. SGS also supervise the start up of machinery and sequence of movement of processed material along the production line.

SGS reports to RCR in respect of all construction phases, all preparation of load bearing pads for equipment and for the insertion of reinforcing steel rods and mesh and all drains, interceptors and ensures that they are properly laid and installed. SGS interfaces with the EPC contractor or the local construction contractor to ensure compliance to all drawings and specifications.