What is Batching Plant
The batching plants are called collection facilities, where the collection of packaging wastes and other nonhazardous waste is collected and classified by type, except for accumulations within the factory, point of sale, and similar units. Nonhazardous waste collection certificates are given to enterprises that are not authorized to collect hazardous waste, packaging waste collection certificate has been given to the Environment and Urbanization Directorates for enterprises that are authorized to collect packaging wastes and who are responsible for the collation facilities.
Batching Plant Process
A batching plant is a manufacturing tool that consists mainly of storage, mixing, and transfer units. The concrete plant is designed with a fully automatic operating system. Designed to work 24 hours a day. This is the concrete-making system from a mixture of Aggregate, Cement, Water, and Concrete additives in a certain ratio. The system starts to work by dosing. The electronic weighing belt under the hopper weighs the aggregates and puts them on the belt. At the same time cement, water, and additive weighing operations are carried out in their special areas. In the second section, the metered products transfer to the mixer and start mixing. In the last part, this chamber which transfers the mixer to the mixer under the ready-mixed concrete mixing plant, this process ends with the loading of the desired volume of concrete. It can produce 30 m³ of concrete in one hour. The Waste Management Regulation and the obligations imposed on the blending facilities should be taken into account. Considering the distance between the distance of health protection band to the residential areas, it is necessary to take measures to prevent contamination of the environment, soil, surface waters, and groundwater in the facility. These are highly important issues to consider about batching plants.