The industrial waste delivered by the metallurgy industry contains not just iron, carbon, poor quality zinc, indium, bismuth, tin, and lead, but also chlorine, fluorine, and other non-metallic mixtures which are corrosive, complex, and very hard to process. Metallurgy companies find it difficult to reuse and deal with this kind of industrial waste effectively and securely. At Xin Sheng, we have developed a strategy using Waelz Oven to separate the weighty metals contained in strong industrial waste, for example, EAFD, BFD is ordinarily known as “Electric Arc Furnace Dust” and “Blast Furnace Dust”
Xin Sheng Environmental is fit for reusing the weighty metals contained in solid industrial waste, like the dust from steel, copper, lead, and aluminum refining, mud from the hydrometallurgical processing of lead and zinc, copper and cadmium slag, anode mud, electroplating sludge, weighty chemical sludge, and tailing residue. Also, our cycle makes no wastewater or slag. As a pioneer of the industry, we have a complete industrial chain from dangerous and weighty metal-containing waste to the assembling of different metal products. As of now, Xin Sheng Environmental is planning to apply various state of cutting-edge technologies to build the reusing of various dangerous waste in the desire for growing our reusing abilities to electrolysis for zinc ingot production. We are striving to build Malaysia’s first large-scale centralized industrial waste recycling and processing center, capturing the entire zinc ingot supply chain throughout Southeast Asia.
In Malaysia, traditional steel plants generate lots of steel dust month to month in the process of smelting scrap iron. Since proper processing lines are absent locally, the dust, frequently not reused, is disposed of as scheduled waste in landfills. In due time, large amounts of waste are created, bringing detrimental impacts to the climate.
However, with Xin Sheng’s high-level recovery framework, all weighty metals, for example, zinc oxide, aluminum oxide, copper oxide, and other non-ferrous metals are recovered from the steel dust through thermostatic response. The metals are then sent for electrolysis and changed into prime ingots down the line, making value from the waste.
As one of the biggest zinc oxide makers in Southeast Asia, the bulk of our production is fundamentally exported to China, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan.