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Waste to Energy

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Julia Carrasquel

on 20 August 2013

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Waste to Energy
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Plasma Gasification
Municipal Solid Waste is first processed and then converted into electricity or liquid fuels without harming the environment.

Through SYNGAS
Composed of hydrogen and carbon monoxide, which can be used as a fuel to generate electricity or it can be used as a basic chemical building block in the production of high value energy products such as diesel fuel.

Step by Step
Our Advantages
Efficiency of 91-93%
Costs of maintenance, operation and manufacturing are significantly reduced.
In a plant that processes 335.000 t/y we can produce:
600 GW.h/y
167.500.000 liters of diesel per year.
Referential Plant
Plasma Gasification
The ultimate Plasma Gasification Technology
Destroys Hospital Hazardous Waste and Super Toxic Waste without expelling pollutants into the environment.

Why we represent the ultimate
Plasma Gasification
General Advantages
Energy Independence
Clean Development Mechanisms
Flexibility in plants, materials and SYNGAS
Low and stable Energy cost
Meets the highest environmental standards
Saved emissions
The solution to a triple problem
Saint Petersburg (120t/d)
Waste discharge in the Bunker
Cooling and purification of SYNGAS
Production of electricity and heat energy
CleanGases into the atmosphere
Grinding and granulation of waste
Supply of waste into the gas reactor
Gasification of waste through the AC torches
Removal and processing of slag
Classification of waste
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