Incinerator Bottom Ash
Incinerator Bottom Ash (IBA) is the material discharged through the grate of a Waste to Energy facility after incineration of municipal solid waste (MSW). Depending on the waste being incinerated IBA can contain varying quantities of glass, ceramics, brick, concrete and metals in addition to clinker and ash.
- Ferrous and non-ferrous metals
- Secondary aggregates
After screening and separation through a Kiverco Incinerator Bottom Ash plant, the remaining ash can be used in a wide variety of applications.
Incinerator bottom ash can be used as a secondary aggregate for bound and unbound layers in road construction, for concrete, cement, asphalt, bulk fill, landfill engineering and brownfield remediation.
Kiverco’s proven combination of screening and metal separation technology effectively processes bottom ash to leave a valuable range of metals and sized secondary aggregate fractions.
A Kiverco IBA Plant is built to last and designed to grow as your company grows, embracing existing and future recycling requirements
This gives you the security and flexibility to be able to change your plant in line with latest industry and market developments.
You can upgrade your existing plant at any time, expand any parts of the facility or relocate individual products, sections or the entire MRF.