PCG is also a storehouse of chemical energy; however, it is a manufactured commodity produced by the PCS process.
PCG is also referred to as a syngas (synthesis gas), and has many uses as a clean fuel and a chemical industry feedstock.
In the PCS, materials that are not converted to PCG are melted and "poured off" as glassy silicate compounds or metals,
which are valuable commodities. The silicates can be used as raw materials for abrasives industry and for construction
industry products. Metals can be recycled for direct use in the metallurgical industry.
Producing Positive Cash Flow & Profits
The PCS will improve budgetary performance for many types of businesses, including manufacturing, government agencies
and even nonprofit organizations.
Marketable Resource By-Products
The world's waste is a ubiquitous and renewable resource. One of the principal commodity products produced by the PCS is a clean synthesis gas we call Plasma Converted
Gas (PCG). PCG can be used as a chemical feedstock to produce such things as polymers and other chemical products.
PCG can be used as a clean fuel to: produce electricity; heat and cool facilities; produce fresh water; and, power fuel cells, thereby decreasing the cost-and-reliance on finite
fossil fuel supplies. Depending on the waste processed, the other commodity products produced are obsidian-like silicates or metals. Each of these has a wide array of uses
in the construction, abrasives and metallurgical industries.
Commodity Products Recovered
The PCS process destroys waste and produces usable products in the form of recyclable metals, PCG and inert glassy silicates. The glassy stone shown has also been
ground into the form of "grit" ready for use as an abrasives industry product.
Waste to Energy - Plasma Converted Gas (PCG) [SynGas]
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