The ECOREFINE - Innovative Technology 



The ECOREFINE technology is a procedure for purifying soil contaminated by pollutants or other materials (e.g. mill scale sludge) in "on-site operation”. This purpose-built system can be operated both mobile and stationary.

The new procedure is founded on vacuum evaporation and allow time-saving and quick decontamination without using any additives. Through inlet sluices the contaminated material is continuously brought into an evacuated container and heated up during passage.


The moist parts (water and several carbohydrate compounds) evaporate during this process. These fumes get sucked off the container, are separated from dragged dust particles and then condensed. The purified material leaves the container through outlet sluices.

Most of the solid and liquid final products gained that way can be recycled. Soil can be reused for agricultural purposes after being mixed with water and bacteria. Metallic powder gained from grinding sludge can be added to blast-furnace processing; most of the separated carbohydrates (oils) can be reprocessed.This procedure has already been realized as a pilot plant which has also been tested numerously to confirm the functionalism. Steady TÜV Thueringen (a branch of the German Technical Control Association) and other institutions' analyses ascertained that this procedure gives maximum purifying results.




The ECOREFINE is suitable for the treatment of contaminated industrial material.

  • Grinding sludge

  • Mill scale sludge

  • Sludge from oil production and oil processing 

  • Contaminated rubble from construction sites

  • Medical waste

  • Chemical waste

  • Food waste

  • Organic waste

  • Green cuttings

  • Water desalination



ECOREFINE – Description


The ECOREFINE plant has been developed to analyze and separate contaminated materials in discontinuous operation (20 hours per day). The in the following summary proposed systems ECOREFINE I and II are utilized to determine the contamination of the material. With the gained information and calculations, the ECOREFINE III will be constructed for the specific circumstances of the material or area that will be cleaned. The below summary describes the structure of the plant in a simplified form.


To achieve the test results, the plant operates with several specifically developed procedures:


Once the contaminated oil sludge has been inserted into the plant, a vacuum is created in the double sluiced chamber-off system. Through a further sluice, the material falls onto compressed air controlled plate vibrators. The vacuum and heat during this process cause the hydrocarbons to gasify, whereby dirt particles in the oil are filtered out through a dust separator. After cooling the substances down, oil and sand are being separated. The machinery and procedures for this process have been industrial approved.

The system entails the following, especially for this process developed components:


- Process valve

- Exhaust

- Vacuum pump

- Cyclone separators

- Condenser

- Cooling System

- Double chamber system


The system consists of several closed, externally insulated vessels that are equipped with appropriate interior conveyors, such as paddle mixers and screw conveyors. The individual vessels are connected directly by means of suitable support mechanisms and an intermediate double sluiced chamber system.


The connected vessels of the system have an inlet and an outlet double sluiced chamber system. The vessels are equipped with heating and heatable exhaust units. The plant furthermore has vacuum generating systems, suitable separators, condensation plants and if desired a power supply system.


From the hopper, the contaminated material passes into an inlet double sluice chamber system. Once the level indicator has registered the exact intake, the central system closes the upper sluice. A vacuum is produced in the sluice system, which, in conjunction with the vacuum in the vessel, maintains the correct flow rate. The lower sluice opens and oil sludge falls into the vessel to transport the oil sludge with paddle mixers or screw conveyors.


Likewise, devices for droplet separation from gases and for the separation of fluids can be obtained. A heated dust separator is located between the vessels and the respective condensation plants. An emission condenser with a suitable filtration device is installed behind the vacuum generation plants. It furthermore includes vacuum rotary unions that can resist temperatures up to 350 °C.


The plant is equipped with a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) that is connected to sensors in the overall system. The liquid in the oil sludge will be gradually evaporated. An operating pressure (pressure level) as well as an operating temperature (temperature level) can be achieved in each vessel (total of 4 vessels), which are located between the double sluice chamber system.


The purified oil exits the vessel system through the double sluice chamber system. The steam and gaseous substances are drained, cleaned in the separators (dusted) and liquefied in the condensers. The waste vapor condenser with its filter behind the vacuum generation equipment ensures the virtually emission-free operation. The separated particles from the gas stream and the separated liquid are channeled out through corresponding devices from the vacuum and collected in a vessel. Depending on the quality and reprocessing, it can be added back to the process flow again.


The entire system is expected to be made up of 4 large vessels, each having 2 double sluiced chamber systems. With the current process, the viscosity of the oil sludge changes from vessel to vessel. The two final products will be sand with a drought factor of 99.9% and the 100% purified crude oil.


Most of the final solid and liquid materials gained that way can be recycled. Soil can be reused for agricultural purposes after being mixed with water and bacteria. Metallic powder gained from grinding sludge can be added to blast-furnace processing; most of the separated carbohydrates (oils) can be reprocessed. A separate area inside the plant is dedicated to process the purified materials by use of technologies and equipment such as a gas chromatograph.


This ECOREFINE system operates extremely efficiently and is able to purify up to 100,000 kg of contaminated material per hour, while the closed system guarantees a clean and low-noise operation. The procedure causes only very few emissions pollutants, whose values are far below the official restrictions. (A fraction of the amount of pollutants from an average modern car). 


1. Initial Test Plant




The initial test plant will be utilized to test and study the specialized vacuum distillation separation process, which separates the individual components of the contaminated oil fields.


To optimize the cleaning process, an initial test plant will be built in close vicinity to the contaminated area.


The initial test plant can process samples of about 5 - 10kg in discontinuous operation. These test quantities are required due to the varying levels of contamination of the different materials, in order to obtain representative test results. The tests are conducted primarily to define temperatures and vacuum pressure values, which are determined for the evaporation of materials with respect to the achieved residual contents.


The initial test plant is operated in a defined way, temperature and pressure levels can be used to simulate the next larger-scale test plant (50-200kgs). The investigation is essential because mathematic tables of these values are not fully available or only apply in ideal conditions without regard to the matrix effects.


Furthermore, the first indications of the required retention times for continuous operation are obtained. At the same time, it is possible to observe and calculate the condensation behavior of the hydrocarbons.


These trial runs are necessary to determine the results of the purifying process and establish necessary calculations for the wear and tear due to chemicals.



2. Feasibility Study – Test Plant




The first feasibility study will already show substantial test results and evaluations regarding the quality of the purified oil, after which the first forecasts of future production costs can be determined. This is supported by the companies’ own accompanying laboratory analyses with the corresponding results.


An accurate calculation for a testing system (50-200kgs ECOREFINE II) for a continuous operation can be achieved with these test results. It will serve for testing in the future to further improve the output of the purified oil. This system can also be used for new and/or for the further development of other products, after a specific contract between both parties has been established.


By means of the quality of the end product, the plant can be adjusted to achieve the best possible result for each individual oil field.



3. Test Plant




In the test facility a flow rate of ca. 50-200kgs of contaminated material will be handled. It will be tested to see how the treated material performs in continuous operation.


It is not only of interest to see how far the previously determined parameters of temperature and pressure need to be corrected, but how the material performs with regard to certain criteria such as transport and clarity of oil.


Moreover, the separation and condensation of the extracted steam and the emission of the system can be reviewed.


A Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) including the corresponding software is installed. These components are special units that have been developed and enhanced for several years to ensure immaculate operation.


To execute the job of the large-scale test plant, the results obtained from the test plant including the respective parameters are required. With these data it will be possible to determine a realistic estimate of costs and resources involved to realize the large scale facility. If necessary, technical changes on the large-scale facility can be made before manufacturing.




4. Large Scale Plant




The plant is intended for large scale cleaning of contaminated oil fields. Initially, a throughput of up to 24 tons / h at 20 hours a day (equivalent to 340 working days per annum) will be calculated, which equals 163,200.00 tons yearly. This will ensure the economy of the large-scale ECOREFINE, while the quality compared with the previously determined processes will also be significantly improved. The system should be serviced twice a month; each planned service time is max. 8 hours. This maintenance can be performed during the non-operating hours of the plant. First calculations already show that this project will be profitable as well as ensuring a healthier environment in the long term.


Advantages of the Ecorefine


This mobile system operates extremely effectively and is able to purify up to 17,000 kg of contaminated material per hour. The closed system guarantees a clean and low-noise operation. The procedure causes only very few pollutants far below the official restrictions.

The low procedure temperatures keep a high percentage of the mineral and biological properties of the soil. In contrast to that the recent thermal procedures burn and destroy the soil at about 1,400°C.

The TÜV Thueringen repeatedly certifies the functionalism of the ECOREFINE and says: "The results corroborate the principal applicability of the procedure for the decontamination of the soil samples in hand. A purifying rate of up to 99.3% was ascertained.” Additional advantages of the ECOREFINE are its mobility and therefore its various application possibilities, as can be proved. The purifying on-site process avoids long distance transports of contaminated material. The ECOREFINE will take up an important position in the existing market both technologically and economically.


Operational Possibilities on the Market

The ECOREFINE is able to vaporise substances* from contaminated material. These often found substances are listed in the following:

Mineral hydrocarbons (MHC), e. g. crude oil, heating oil, diesel, petrol etc.
Benzene, toluene, ethyl benzene, xylene (BTEX)
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHC)
Haloginated hydrocarbons (HHC)
Heavy metals in volatile compounds


* The substance to be separated from the material has to reach a vapour pressure of at least 1 millibar at a maximum temperature of 300°C. Purification of contaminated industrial materials.

"To understand a new technology, you have to understand its process.  It is not enough to copy a machine." The Environmentalist
"To understand a new technology, you have to understand its process. It is not enough to copy a machine." The Environmentalist

Purifying of Contaminated Soil

The Ecorefine - Mobile Decontamination

                       purified mill scale sludge

 mill scale sludge of                                                     oil regained after 

company PREUSSAG                                                    seperation  process


purified Kuwait Sand

oil contaminated Kuwait sand                     oil regained after seperation process

green cutting (emission of                           green cutting made to humus in          fungus-spores during rotting)                      the ECOREFINE                                                         

The ECOREFINE is suitable for the treatment of contaminated industrial material like grinding sludge, mill scale sludge (see opposite illustration), sludge from oil production and oil processing as well as contaminated rubble from construction sites.

The purifying of mill scale sludge of the company PREUSSAG showed excellent results. Mill scale sludge is an oil-contaminated waste product from steel working processes.


After separating oil and water the dry substance can immediately be reused as raw material for sintering processes through which considerable economical advantages arise.


For these terms of reference other renowned companies are also interested very much in the ECOREFINE.

There is an option for further application possibilities of the ECOREFINE worldwide.


At the moment the purification of oil sludge in the world is an investigated field. That includes for instance drilling mud of the oil production and tanker sludge. The separated oil can be reused in both applications.



Competing Procedures

There is a large number of procedures being applied to purify polluted soil and other contaminated materials.

The most important methods being applied are the physical-chemical procedures (soil washing), the thermal procedures (combustion) and the biological procedures.


In case of damage the question of costs is decisive besides the basic suitability. The following table shows the prices per ton for the purification of soil with the above-mentioned procedures compared to the ECOREFINE.


Costs for excavation, transport, storage and disposal of residual substances are not taken into account.



Expenses of purifying contaminated soil:



Procedure                      Euro per ton


Thermal treatment         200.00   –  1,500.00 Euro

Soil washing                  135.00   –     350.00 Euro

Biological treatment       117.00   –     270.00 Euro


ECOREFINE                   32.50    –      87.50 Euro




The ECOREFINE Systematic efficiency


The price differences in each individual procedure are essentially a result of the material structure, the pollutant spectrum or the pollutant concentration and the quantity of the material that has to be treated.

The preceding table shows that the ECOREFINE has a significant price advantage compared to other procedures. Furthermore, in comparison with the ECOREFINE e. g. soil washing procedures leave considerable and expensive shares of residual substances.

The biological treatment appears to be the more profitable one, but the applicability depends on requirements like degradability and micro-organism growth conditions. That is why this method is doubtful. The thermal procedure has certainly a large range of application but compared to the ECOREFINE it requires approximately the triple power supply. Additionally the great expenditure for the purification of the flue gas causes far higher costs. In comparison with that it has to be stated that the mobility of the ECOREFINE allows a quick and reliable response to urgent cases of contamination (oil accidents - leaking of fuel). 




Aspects that are worth it


The quality of the purified products according to the legal regulations is warranted by continuous laboratory tests. The outstanding results and advantages of this decontamination procedure are absolutely innovative in comparison with conventional methods. Finally, the convincing aspects of the ECOREFINE can be summarized as follows:


                 • high purification results (certified test results)
                 • high throughput
                 • mobile and stationary plant
                 • high flexibility
                 • efficient and economic operation
                 • no additives required for the process
                 • clean and ecologically beneficial process
                 • cost reductions (no expenses for transport and storage)
                 • reusable final products 

                 • reduction of disposal expenses


All data mentioned in the following give the criteria for the assessment of the real sales opportunities of the ECOREFINE in the field of the rehabilitation of past settings (soil decontamination).

Due to its mobility, the ECOREFINE is able to carry out rehabilitation measures on site (on-site procedure) at a reasonable price. As a result costs for transportation to stationary treatment plants (off-site procedure) do not arise. Vacuum technique is the principle of the ECOREFINE.

In the market for contaminated soil this decontamination technique is a more reasonable alternative to the three conventional rehabilitation techniques:

1. Thermal Technique


2. Micro biological technique


3. Physical-chemical procedures - soil wash

According to the Federal Environment Office, the rehabilitation of contaminated soil is defined as follows:


"The realization of engineering measures which ensure that in connection with its existing or intended using an abandoned waste dump does not put peoples' lives and health or other goods that have to be protected at risk. These measures are supposed to guarantee that after rehabilitation the contaminated soil does not endanger the surroundings and, if at all, only minor known impairments may com up which can be kept under control. For rehabilitation measures securing and decontamination techniques or procedures are available. In a broader sense also unavoidable shifts can be related to the rehabilitation.” (compare the contaminated soil elements of the Ministerium für Umwelt, Raumordnung und Landschaft des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen which is the North-Rhine-Westphalian Department for Environment and Regional Planning).



Grinding Sludge before

Grinding Sludge afterwards

Recycling Oil:

Mill Scale afterwards

Mill Scale before


Cost Benefit Analysis

(differentiated by the respective procedures)

General cost components of the treatment of contaminated soil

Due to scarce financial funds of the municipal customers and private investors a detailed cost-benefit analysis has to be carried out before a rehabilitation measure so that rehabilitation show a justifiable financial expenditure. The determination of the expected costs for the decision making for both the carrying-out of a rehabilitation measure and the selection of the appropriate rehabilitation procedures is difficult in most of the cases.

The cost comparison is getting more difficult especially by the differences in rehabilitation techniques, procedures as well as prices which are supplier specific. Even offer prices for similar procedures for one and the same case are to some extent only difficult to compare, as it is often unclear which additional services are included in the treatment price. To obtain understandable cost estimates it is necessary to define the partial performances which are required for the rehabilitation, the calculation of the respective costs depends on influence factors.



Cost Influence Factors


Location Specific Factors

Location specific factors are, among other things, the total contaminated soil area, the contaminated area share, immediate steps, the vertical extension, the contained pollutants, the pollutant concentration, the mobility of the pollutants, the geological and hydro geological situation, legal problems as well as jurisdictions have to be quoted.

That is why it has to be the aim of the orientation, detail and rehabilitation investigation to quantify the influence factors as exact as possible.

Situation Specific Factors

Among other things these factors include the legal situation concerning the license, official stipulations, the availability of stationary treatment plants as well as semi-mobile plants, transportation distances, disposal shortages etc.

A short rehabilitation period has an effect on the choice and on the costs of the rehabilitation technique as well as on the financial situation of the customer.

After choosing the appropriate rehabilitation procedure also the market situation and the operating rate of the rehabilitation companies as well as plant technical and operational parameters can influence the costs. Unforeseeable down times mean additional costs.


Thermal Procedures

Description of the several decontamination techniques
Pollutant specific applicability and cost breakdown


Using thermal processing, especially organic pollutants in the soil are dispelled into the gaseous phase by energy input. The elimination of pollutants takes place in a pyrolytical reaction, combustion or evaporation of pollutants depending on  the applied procedure. During these processes it is likely to have irreversible changes of the soil composition, for instance by dehydrating of clay-bound minerals, sintering or melting. 
A primary treatment of the soil by sorting (riddling and metal deposition) and crushing as well as a waste air purification by exhaust reheat and flue gas purification following the actual treatment are required.

The combustion takes place at 1,100°C - 1,400°C (high-temperature procedure) and excess of oxygen, while pyrolysis pollutants are dispelled at 550°C - 650°C without oxygen.


Pollutant Specific Suitability of the Thermal Procedure (temperature app. 800°C)

Description of the several decontamination techniques
Pollutant specific applicability and cost breakdown

Pollutant Type
suitable with limitations not suitable

Mineral Oil



Polycylic Aromatic



Benzene, Toluene,

Ethyl Benzene, Xylene


Phenolic Compound


Chlorinated Compound


Organic Compound

With N,S,O,P


Hg, Cd, As, >Sb, Zn


All other heavy metals

(not volatile)





costs (€/t)


Pre-Treatment ( Sorting,Crushing)



 basic price                                  <1,000 t

                                                        >1,000 t





surcharge for fine soils




surcharges and deductions for spec. Pollutants (e.g. pure mineral Oil Hydrocarbon or increased Polycylic aromatic Hydrocarbon concentration)




Other (e.g Unloading, Intermediate Dumping)




Total costs of the Thermal Procedure

                                                       <1,000 t

                                                       >1,000 t





(Note: Cost for excavation, Transport as well as utilisation or dumping are not included, as they vary considerably depending or distance quantity and type/consistence of material.)

The thermal procedure costs mainly depend on the quantity of the contaminated substance, the concentration and the kind of pollutants. Among other things the existing contaminants determine the necessary range of temperature and therefore the related energy costs of the plant.


Microbiological treatment in stacks



costs (€/t)


costs (€/t)


 basic price                                  <1,000 t

                                                       >1,000 t






surcharge for fine soils

   20-40 %

  20-40 %


surcharges for increased

Pollutant concentration

  10-60 %

 10-60 %


Total costs of the Microbiological

                                                       <1,000 t

                                                       >1,000 t






(Note: Cost for excavation, Transport as well as utilisation or dumping are not included, as they vary considerably depending or distance quantity and type/consistence of material.)

The cost of the microbiological procedure depend on the compactness of the chosen process (e.g covering, waste air treatment, mixing up the stack etc.)





Pollutant Specific Suitability of the Microbiological Procedure


The microbiological treatment is especially used for mineral oil contaminated soil. The degradation of BTX (benzene, toluene, xylene), LCHC (chlorinated hydrocarbons), alicyclic chlorinated hydrocarbons and PAH (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) is principally possible but requires more time. The addition of structure material to fine soil is necessary.

The level of pollutant concentration determines the time expenditure and the related costs for the microbiological degradation in order to reach the destined target of rehabilitation.

The decision to apply the microbiological procedures depends on meeting the following 3 criteria:


1. The pollutants in the soil have to be degradable by microbes.


2. The pollutants must be bio available.


3. The geological-hydro geological characteristics of the soil or the subsoil and the physical-chemical characteristics of the soil allow bio availability i.e. standardization of their required physical-chemical (environment) and process engineering (material transportation) conditions for the micro biological degradation of the pollutants.

Micro biological degradability of contaminates on condition of bio availability


of Substances

on principle

well degradable

on principle

difficult to degrade


not degradable



mineral oil hydrocarbons X      

monocylic aromatic and

heterocylic hydrocarbons


highly volatile halogenated

especially chlorinated-



alicylic chlorinated



Polychlorinated bipheny (PCB)




and di-benzo-furane)




Heavy metals



 Costs of the Microbiological Procedure

Physical-Chemical Procedure (Soil Wash)

This technique is suitable for soil which is contaminated by mineral oil hydrocarbons. The suitability of the soil wash technique is depending on whether the pollutants of the contaminated soil structure can be dissolved or dis-persed.

Soil specific suitability of the soil wash procedures

Soil Type
with limitations not suitable




Medium grained sand



Fine sand


Silty sand






Rubble (from a construction site)








Pollutant specific suitability of the soil wash procedure


with limitations not suitable


mineral oil hydrocarbons


Polycylic aromatic




Highly volatile chlorinated












Heavy metals


Costs of the physical-chemical procedure (off-site soil wash)


Costs of physical-chemical

procedure (off-site soil wash)


costs (€/t)


Pre- treatment (sorting and crushing)

   10-30 Euro


 basic price                                     <1,000 t

                                                       >1,000 t

185-200 Euro

160-180 Euro


surcharge for fine soils

  10- 80 Euro


surcharges for increased

Pollutant concentration

  50 -200 Euro


remains disposal

30 -170 Euro


others (e.g. unloading, interim dumping)

10-  20 Euro


Total costs of the physical-chemical


                                                       <1,000 t

                                                       >1,000 t



295-700 Euro

270-680 Euro


Note: Costs for excavation, transport as well as utilisation or dumping are not included,as they fluctuate considerably due to varying distances, quantity and material consistence.

The costs of the physical-chemical procedure depend on both the pollutants composition and specific properties of the contaminated material. If the addition of any  solvents should be necessary also the costs of water treatment will increase. If there should be any volatile pollutants expenses for waste air purification have to be considered.



Vacuum Technology Procedure

The costs of the physical-chemical procedure depend on both the pollutants' composition and specific properties of the contaminated material. If the addition of any solvents should be necessary also the costs of water treatment will increase. If there should be any volatile pollutants expenses for waste air purification have to be considered.

Under vacuum conditions (103- 50mbar absolute) the contaminated material is heated up to 50 to 300°C; the pollutants are evaporated and thus separated from the solid material. By means of an especially designed cyclone separator dust particles of the sucked gas stream are deposited; afterwards the pollutants get changed again into their liquid state by passing various condensers. At the end of the procedure the decontaminated solid material and the distilled pollutants leave the ECOREFINE  separately.

Usually separated hydrocarbons can be recycled. Purified soil can be used again e.g. for agricultural purposes after having been enriched with moisture and dry bacteria.


Pollutant specific suitability of the Vacuum Technology Procedure

Pollutant type

with limitations not suitable









Phenolic compounds





Chlorinated compounds


Organic Compounds

including N,S,O,P



Metal organyle   X  

Heavy metals (not volatile)     X


The ECOREFINE Technology gets adapted to the respective application

In accordance with the TÜV certificate (TÜV Thuringia) the following can positively be noted:
Regarding the parameter hydrocarbon (crude oil) a purifying capacity of approximately 97% was figured out.

When using vacuum distillation it is possible to remove frequently occurring contaminants such as alphatic hydrocarbons, aromatics and halogenated hydrocarbons etc.

The removal of mercury by the vacuum procedure is possible as well. Other heavy metals can only be separated if they are available as volatile compounds (boiling point at normal pressure approximately < 450°C) for instance leaded tetra-methyl.


The extraction or separation of heavy metals is a very relevant fact in assessing the different rehabilitating procedures. Here biological procedures are not suitable and chemical ones are only applicable under certain conditions. The soil washing procedure is suitable for heavy metal removal only with limitations.

Due to the vacuum conditions most of the contaminants can be treated at relatively low temperatures (max. 100°C); the purified soil preserves its mineral properties and the biological ones as far as possible contradicting the high temperature thermal procedures (up to 1,400°C).

Soil Specific Suitability of the Vacuum Procedure


Soil Type
with limitations not suitable




Medium grained sand




Fine sand


Silty sand







Rubble (from a construction site)**




Ashes *



* only suitable for dry ashes, not for wet ones

        ** possible after shredding

Cost of the Vacuum Technology Treatment

The cost calculation for the ECOREFINE  is based on a price of € 50.00/ton quantity of treated soil, stating € 23,98 as costs for the core performance.

For a comparison: average costs of the other procedures, including incidental expenses:




Microbiological                    Pysical-Chemical                      Thermal

      193.50 €                                  242.50 €                          148.50 €





Compared to the three competitors' procedures the ECOREFINE has a substantial market advantage due to its essentially lower running expense. However, the add-on costs in terms of soil type, pollution and pollutant concentration remain to be analyzed. Which impact do these variable parameters have on the additional costs?

For a realistic cost-benefit calculation the general cost impact factors always have to be considered.

In the following paragraph the shares of the partial performances in the total costs are list

A major problem in the future will be dangerous waste. Accumulated over the years, increasing volumes of infectious waste produced by health care, rubbish, sewage sludge, and the rapid increase of the world population needs to be taken care of. Diseases like SARS, bird flu, BSE and natural disasters confront the waste disposal industry with ever more complex tasks.


The most sensible treatment of biologically contaminated materials consists in converting them into household refuse or recycling in a manner that ensures elimination of bacteria.


First Invention of The-Environmentalist

The ECOREFINE has the right solutions for cleaning polluted areas and contaminated materials such as:

            Household waste
            Organic waste
            Medical waste
            Green cutting
            Food waste
            Fish waste
            Grinding sludge
            Oil sludge
            Drilling mud
            Contaminated Soil                                                               .... and so much more.


Through sterilization of the contaminated waste, pollution is being eliminated. Up to 99% of all waste can be recycled that way and help to secure a healthy environment or our future.


The ECOREFINE system has been proven a successful solution to this increasing waste problem and can eliminate a broad spectrum of contaminated materials worldwide. Depending on the nature of the contaminated material, the ECOREFINE is also able to generate a profit by creating pure end results that can be re-sold or re-used in today's markets.