Emission-free waste disposal with energy production
We come up with a new concept of waste management solutions. The concept takes into account the latest trends in waste management in the European Union and puts the vision of the circular economy into practice. At the same time, it provides solutions in terms of requirements for landfilling.
We present a device that is able to receive and treat waste and secondary raw materials, both from industrial customers and from ordinary households, and then ship them for final processing. The treatment and possible sorting of the received waste significantly increases the rate of subsequent recovery of the waste.
The waste-to-energy plant is capable of converting waste that is not suitable for recycling, resp. for further material recovery for electricity, which it can supply to the public network and for the needs of industrial, resp. municipal customers.
This technology is designed on the basis of continuous, fractionated and recombinant heat treatment in a hermetically sealed reactor, without the supply of atmospheric oxygen, in a reducing environment, not by combustion, but only by raising temperatures.
The high efficiency and effectiveness of this process is amplified by multicyclic molecular destruction and partial fractional distillation. Classical pyrolysis cannot do this without multicyclic destruction and restructuring of molecules.
Waste to the processing line must be delivered in crushed form measuring 3 × 3 cm. The waste must not contain glass and metals and must not be toxic or hazardous waste. In terms of performance, mixed waste is the best. Waste can consist of biological waste, petroleum products (rubber, plastics, oils), sludge, wood, municipal waste.
The only product is electricity without waste.