Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) is resulting from domestic and business activities of cities and towns. The composition of this urban waste is highly variable depending on the location, the climate and the degree of economic and social development of each country.

At all events, they are usually made by a heterogeneous set of materials, a percentage of which is made up by non-fermentable (inorganic) material, recyclable most of them.

The remaining material is organic waste which can be treated through stabilization, compost or anaerobic digestion.

The profile survey of the input waste, allows us to optically dimension the facility and offer a treatment plant from which the client can obtain the maximum profitability.  Bianna MassMak supplies “turnkey” mechanical treatments with several degrees of automation, depending on  client’s needs and requirements.


Any facility of urban solid waste treatment includes a mechanical pre-treatment for the recovered sub-product, waste (organic fraction) and the chance to generate CSR (recovered solid fuel) in order to reduce the rejection fraction which will be later on eliminated.


  • Recyclable material
  • Organic material for biological treatment.
  • CSR
  • Rejection