Waste to Energy Solutions

Biodiesel  *  Biofuel  *  Biogas  *  Biomethane  *  Dimethyl Ether

Ethanol  *  Synthesis Gas


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What is "Waste to Energy"?

Waste-To-Energy facilities produce clean, renewable energy and renewable fuel through the combustion of municipal solid waste in specially designed power plants equipped with the most modern pollution control equipment to clean emissions. Trash volume is reduced by 90% and the remaining residue is regularly tested and consistently meets strict EPA standards allowing reuse or disposal in landfills. There are 89 waste-to-energy plants operating in 27 states managing about 13 percent of America's trash, or about 95,000 tons each day. Waste to Energy facilities generate about 2,500 megawatts of electricity to meet the power needs of nearly 2.3 million homes, and the facilities serve the trash disposal needs of more than 36 million people.

The Waste to Energy industry exceeds $10 billion/year in revenues and employs more than 10,000 American workers with annual wages in excess of $450 million.

 


Waste to Energy

Anaerobic Digesters  *  B100 Biodiesel  *  Biogas Plants  *  Biogas Processing  Biomethane  *  E100 Ethanol

H2S Removal  Iron Sponge  *  Methane Recovery  Synthesis Gas  *  Wastewater Treatment






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What is a "Waste To Fuel" plant?

A Waste To Fuel (also called "Waste to Energy") plant produces clean, renewable energy and/or renewable fuel through the combustion of municipal solid waste in specially designed power plants equipped with the most modern pollution control equipment to clean emissions. Trash volume is reduced by 90% and the remaining residue is regularly tested and consistently meets strict EPA standards allowing reuse or disposal in landfills.

There are, at present, 92 Waste To Fuel plants operating in 27 states managing about 13 percent of America's trash, or about 95,000 tons each day.

Waste To Fuel facilities generate about 2,500 megawatts of electricity to meet the power needs of nearly 2.3 million homes, and the facilities serve the trash disposal needs of more than 36 million people. 

The Waste To Fuel industry is already a $10 billion/year market and growing rapidly.  The Waste To Fuel industry already employs more than 7,000 American workers with annual wages in excess of $400 million.



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