Waste To Energy
Our company is interested in Waste To Energy

We are following the researches that have been made in Los Angeles and escort all enforcement which help to depend on renewable resources more than accustomed resources.
What we are interest to do is recycling more wastes and prevent using more lands to bury trash. This new technology will help to have green world and have clean environment, land, water and air.
Our company has several agreements with different companies and research centers that concern with Waste To Energy (WTE) projects. Most of these companies run WTE projects and eliminate solid waste to generate electrical power.

What is Gasification?

Gasification is a technology that has been widely used in commercial applications for more than 50 years. It's a method to extract energy from materials by converting carbonaceous materials into synthesis gas (syngas). This syngas is itself a fuel or it can be used as a renewable-energy resource. Gasifiers Do Not Incinerate.
Gasifiers operate at 3,000-4,000°F, using a thermo-chemical conversion process that does not include enough O2 for the materials to burn.Instead the materials are broken down at the molecular level and then reformed into reusable products. Our technology does not produce toxic or waste bi-products. Additionally, incineration produces high-levels of CO2, SOx, NOx which are harmful to the environment. Gasification technology does not.

Why Should We Gasify Waste?

Our gasification process is the best solution for waste conversion. Not only can our technology convert 30,000 tons of waste per day in a single unit, it's also versatile and profitable. Additionally, it has a dramatically lower carbon footprint and can be used to create green energy and transportation fuels. In contrast to landfills, which produce enormous amounts of greenhouse gases, leach contaminants into soil and water supplies, and continue to multiply due to increased waste streams. Every ton of waste that is gasified saves the world from the equivalent of more than two tons of greenhouse gases that would be produced in a landfill. Biomass gasification technology converts locally-sourced organic wastes into clean, efficient energy and valuable co-products, with dramatic reductions in CO2 and pollutant emissions.

Proven Gasification System, Energy you can live with.
The Biomass system is an integrated, three-stage process that converts biomass and other organic wastes into powerful, clean-burning synthesis gas that can be used to generate energy as combined heat and power (CHP), or to produce hydrogen, biofuels and valuable industrial chemicals.The system combines innovative enhancements to legacy technologies plus current emerging technologies configured into three core components:
  • A gasification reactor vessel producing energy-rich synthesis gas (syngas) from agricultural, industrial or municipal solid wastes and other carbonaceous materials.
  • A wet electrostatic precipitator to clean and condition the syngas for downstream uses.
  • An internal combustion piston engine producing combined heat and power (CHP).
  • The durable, flexible system is closely integrated using advanced electronic controls, for optimum efficiency under diverse operating conditions. It also is easily scalable and adaptable to local installations, features low-cost operation and maintenance, and addresses several converging global challenges:

  • The rising demand for and costs of all forms of energy by both developing and advanced societies around the world.
  • The complex logistics and rising costs of managing and disposing industrial and municipal wastes, including toxic pollutants.
  • The urgent need to develop environmentally sustainable energy alternatives to reduce emissions of carbon-based greenhouse gases and loosen dependence on costly, unpredictable supplies of imported fossil fuels.
  • Achieving compliance with increasingly stringent pollution control regulations issued by governments at every level, while remaining economically viable.
  • With several systems currently being used to process 48 tons per day of refuse-derived fuel (RDF) sourced from municipal solid waste (MSW) in a full-scale, 24-hour commercial plant, yielding 2 MWH of electricity.

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