Pyrolysis and Power Production...
Reader comment on: Harnessing the Energy of Trash
Submitted by Joel Keller, Sep 8, 2009 16:39
Our company is taking advantage of the evolution of small sized Materials Recovery Facility ("MRF") equipment to sort through large volumes of Municipal Solid Waste and integrate the output of such systems with advanced, thermo-chemical technologies. We will be able to process multiples of 50 tons of sorted MSW to produce 2+ Megawatts of power capacity, 3,000+ gallons of usable oils and 12.5 tons of pyro-char daily.
Our first project is slated to begin producing power late in 2010 and will expand over the next 4 to 5 years to 12.5 Megawatts of renewable power production and proportional increases in oil and char production, while producing near zero emissions. The system is modular and scalable.
We prefer to call the process "Energy from Waste" or "EfW" rather than Waste to Energy. The potential for additional applications is nearly endless and we can process as little as 3 tons per day to multiples of 50 tons and from 20 Kilowatts to multiples of 2.25 Megawatts.
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