transforming residual waste into alternative fuels
At N+P’s MRF’s in the UK and the Netherlands, we take in commingled materials from local authorities and/or Commercial & Industrial customers, mechanically process, sort and transform the waste into high-quality streams of recyclable materials for material sales as recyclate commodities.
N+P has grown into one of
Europe’s market leaders for the processing and sorting of non-recyclable waste fractions
In the transition from a linear waste management model to a circular economy and closed loop recycling systems, Material Recovery Facilities (MRFs) play an integral role in recovering high quality recyclates that replace primary resources and fossil fuels.
Maximizing resource recovery
transformation and value
Our MRFs operate under the highest quality, environmental and health and safety standards. We support the industry-leading Recycling Registration Standard, ensuring quality products from MRFs, upon which the MRF Code of Practice is based.
At our location in Crayford we process approximately 330.000 tons per annum of dry mixed recycling and at our location in Rotterdam around 110.000 tons.
Logistics make projects happen
Logistics are a crucial part of any project. Our clients rely on our team of experts to ensure that materials are collected and delivered every day of the week, on time and with the required modality. We are proud to have developed logistic routes all across the world using various modalities, from trucks to vessels, trains or sea containers.
is imperative for a projects success
Waste is a highly regulated business, with different waste streams being regulated under EVOA EG 1013/2006. Since its founding N+P have made over 4.000 notifications to over 26 countries within and outside of the European Union. Our team of experts is ensuring that all our movements are carried out under the right documentation and advise our clients on the right permit applications.
Our mindset is based around quality. We realize that a poor quality product will have a dramatic effect on your process - from emissions to product quality, throughput or loss of valuable production hours.
Thanks to our three decades of experience we have built a vast database of knowledge around waste qualities and the effect qualities may have on your processes. We guarantee our quality, independent of seasonal influences or changes in the waste markets.
Research and development
Understanding industrial processes in detail, understanding which quality demands a process has both from a physical (feeding) as from a chemical (product and emissions) is key for our team to come up with new ideas. On the other hand, a deep understanding on waste compositions and treatment help us to create valuable materials from a heterogeneous source that keeps changing depending on seasonal or other influences.
Together we solve your CO2 challenges
Our product portfolio consists of various waste derived materials which are both used as alternative fuels and as raw materials. Many of which are already being used for more then two decades in various industrial scale processes.
In many cases, the materials are tailored to a bespoke product for a specific process.
Pulverized Alternative Fuel (PAF)
N+P's PAF is a unique powder-type fuel, which can be used in existing (multi-) burner systems to substitute up to 100% fossil fuels
Pellets comparable to bituminous coal in terms of heating value and it can be treated the same physical way
Solid Recovered Fuel
SRF can substitute at least 70% of the primary fuels, used in a kiln or boiler.
Refuse Derived Fuel
Fuel that is produced from a combination of non-recyclable commercial and industrial waste
Tyre Derived Fuel
TDF replaces fossil fuels, such as lignite and bituminous coal.
Alternative fuel in waste to energy boilers, but it can also be treated further to be upgrade to an alternative fuel such as SRF.
Renewable energy is generated by using wood.
Paper Sludge is a valuable resource for many industries, both as an alternative fuel as well as an alternative raw material.
The ceramic industry uses stonewool granulate as an alternative material.
Bottom and fly ash from various incineration and energy processes.