Municipal solid waste treatment plants

Takuma is contributing to stable regional waste treatment through a closely integrated series of initiatives that extend from the construction of municipal solid waste treatment plants to after-sales service.

Municipal solid waste treatment plants play an essential role in society by supporting residents' lifestyles. Since completing Japan's first fully continuous mechanical waste incineration plant in 1963, Takuma has become a leading company in the sector, building more municipal solid waste treatment plants in the country than any other company.
We are proud to meet a variety of customer needs from construction to after-sales service with a comprehensive selection of products and services based on extensive expertise.

Product line

  • Stoker-type incinerators

    These furnaces make possible safe and stable waste treatment by combining reliability proven by over 50 years of history with the latest state-of-the-art technologies.

    Stoker-type incinerators

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  • Biogas recovery plants

    These plants enable even small-scale facilities to generate power efficiently using methane fermentation.

    Biogas recovery plants

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  • Gasification melting furnaces and ash melting furnaces

    By generating recyclable melted slag, these furnaces help minimize the volume of waste slated for final disposal.

    Gasification melting furnaces and ash melting furnaces

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  • Recycling centers

    We contribute to the formation of a recycling-based society by building systems to efficiently crush and sort bulky waste and recyclable waste.

    Recycling centers

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After-sales service

  • Facility maintenance and operational management

    We help ensure stable facility operation and extend facility service life by providing maintenance and operational management based on extensive experience.

    Facility maintenance and operational management

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  • Facility reforms

    We improve plant capacity and extend service life by modifying core equipment and systems.

    Facility reforms

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