DO YOU KNOW THE VALUE OF YOUR INCINERATOR BOTTOM ASH AGGREGATE?
The Bottom Ash Aggregate (IBAA) left behind by incineration at Energy from Waste (EfW) plants can be processed and recycled to make an aggregate suitable for construction projects, as a sub-base for roads and in the manufacture of asphalt. By analysing your IBA, you can determine the options available and the potential for further revenue for your organisation.
CONTRIBUTE TO A CIRCULAR ECONOMY
As more EfW operators explore the quality of their input streams to maintain assets and optimise performance, the output material is suitable for use in a number of applications, substituting primary materials and contributing to a more Circular Economy
Through the analysis of both your input and your output material, you can develop a comprehensive understanding of the composition of your waste. This helps you to ensure that your ash meets the appropriate specifications given by the aggregate industry for further use.
IBA represents another example of Alfred H Knight working ambitiously as part of the Circular Economy. Our dedicated team is experienced in sampling and assaying IBA streams for commercial settlement.
We can deliver accurate and transparent results globally from our UKAS-accredited laboratories.
EXPERTS YOU CAN TRUST
We combine over 140 years of experience in the sampling and analysis of metals and minerals with our expert knowledge of metal recovery which allows us to deliver an extensive list of IBA services, tailored to meet the specific requirements of our clients.