About SIRF pellets
WKE solid improved recovered fuel (SIRF) pellets are made with materials including fibre, packaging and mixed wood from commercial and industrial (C&I) and construction and demolition (C&D) waste streams, as well as non-recyclable low-chlorine plastic. By using several SRF suppliers we are able to produce a consistent and reliable fuel that offers significant advantages in terms of energy costs and environmental impact when compared with traditional alternatives.
WKE SIRF pellets are consistent and have a high net calorific value, and so are an ideal solution for helping high-energy-using industries on their decarbonisation journeys. They also provide the answer to our national fuel security problem by reducing the UK’s reliance on expensive imported fossil fuels.
Thanks to their high specification and customisable content, WKE SIRF pellets are suitable for a wide range of bulk industrial applications. We have the ability to vary specifications to meet individual client requirements, allowing for multi-burner injection and fuels for waste-to-energy facilities.
The SIRF pellets have more than 50% biomass content and are made from a mix of dry waste materials such as wood, paper, card and non-chlorinated plastics that are carefully processed to produce a clean, highly specified and consistent alternative fuel that’s a strong contender for high-energy users. It’s also cleaner, and with less dust contamination.