We want to highlight the importance of proper inspection during the discharging process of RDF cargo (Refuse-Derived Fuel). The discharging operation is a critical stage that requires meticulous attention to detail to ensure safety and adherence to quality standards, as also to national law.

Here’s a breakdown of the key aspects:

1️⃣    Tally of the Bales:

Counting and documenting the number of bales being unloaded is crucial for accurate inventory management. Each bale represents a valuable resource, and maintaining an accurate count is essential for monitoring the cargo’s integrity.

2️⃣    Checking the Condition of Packaging:

The packaging of RDF bales plays a vital role in preserving the fuel’s quality and preventing any potential environmental hazards. Inspectors must carefully examine the packaging for signs of damage, such as tears or punctures. Ascertained packaging issues are immediately repaired or the bale is re-packed to ensure that no cargo is spilled and the worksite polluted.

3️⃣    Assessment of Slings:

The slings used to lift and transport the RDF bales should be in optimal condition to ensure secure handling. Inspectors are examining the slings for any signs of wear, fraying, or deterioration. A thorough inspection ensures the safe movement of the cargo and minimizes the risk of accidents or damage during the discharging process.

4️⃣    Radiation Measurement:

To guarantee the safety of personnel and the environment, radiation measurement is a critical step during the inspection. Our personnel conduct measurements to identify and monitor any radioactive sources that may be present in the RDF cargo. These measurements help to ensure compliance with regulations and facilitate proper handling and disposal of any potentially hazardous materials.