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What is Waste to Energy?

WtE is the process by which energy is generated in the form of electricity and/or
heat and/or synthetic fuel from the management of waste. These technologies
have the potential to produce more electricity from the same amount of waste
than is possible by conventional Incineration.

Our advanced technology safely and economically transforms what has been
consider to be in the past a problem, waste disposal, while today the waste
becomes a variety of valuable commodities - creating such products as synthetic
gas (syngas), electricity, potable water and industrial aggregates.

During the process, the total volume is also reduced by a ratio of 300:1

Our environmental performance meets or exceeds the United States
EPA standards and regulations and the Kyoto Protocol.
The World Bank reports that 2.6 Trillion tons a year of waste is produced world-wide and growing! Each city around the world produces millions
of tons of waste per year, including hazardous waste, commercial waste, hospital waste, used tires and other types of non-recyclable waste. Most waste is
burned in incinerators or dumped in landfills, both of which are inefficient, costly and lead to a host of environmental problems.

The Demand for Renewable Energy
The price of fossil fuels is subject to an array of uncertainty and can change at anytime. Using fossil fuel is very costly which has called for a positive
solution. The demand for clean renewable energy has become paramount around the world. Transforming the waste to energy is the solution.

Why using Waste to Energy is the Solution.

For Example,
1000 tons-per day of waste is processed at a typical large municipality. The daily output of a waste to energy facility can produce hundreds
of thousands Kilowatt hours, millions of gallons drinking water and millions of cubic feet of valuable "syngas" for sustainable power generation.
This technology is fully commercialized and available today.
Hotels/Apartment                 Food Processing             Aluminum Smelters                 Chemical Industry                       Steel Mills                         Many other industries
Some of the applications and industries for use with Waste to Energy
Creates
Waste 2 energy solutions
Landfills
Used Tires
Sewage
Industrial Waste
Agricultural Waste
Bio- Hazard
Ships
Oil Sludge
Atmospheric Water Generation
Production of water from the air
In order to conceptualize this, it is important to consider that the humidity in the air
contains 10 times more water than all rivers of the World put together and that this
water is distributed widely across all regions.
There is more
Water
in the air than
there is on the
surface of the
planet.
Compare Waste to Energy to solar and wind

WtE has a short Return On Investment (ROI), typically under 3 years. Solar and wind can be up to 10 to 15 years to recoup the investment.

WtE has 24 Hour production capabilities. Solar and wind production is limited and may require expensive energy storage.

WtE produces clean drinkable water & other valuable commodities. Solar and wind has no usable by-products and can be hazardous to wildlife.

WtE reduces waste while producing energy. Solar may require the use of water for servicing and maintenance.

WtE requires a small footprint, i.e. 10 megawatts WyE power plant is under 1,500 square feet. Solar and wind require acres of land per megawatt.
We offer renewable energy from waste for:
municipalities, industry and the military.
According to U.S. EPA, life cycle emission analysis show that waste-to-energy (WTE) facilities actually reduce the amount of greenhouse gases expressed as CO2
equivalents (GHGs or CO2e) in the atmosphere by approximately 1 ton for every ton of municipal solid waste (MSW) combusted.
(
http://www.epa.gov/wastes/nonhaz/municipal/wte/airem.htm#7)