SGS Report Having been tested in laboratory experiments and at the beta site the new technology was recognized as Green Energy by the SGS authorities and the process was patented. Our technology provides an environment friendly way to dispose of organic waste employing an innovative method of converting organic material into usable fuels and electricity.
The technology is highly efficient ( 1 tone of waste = 1 MW of Electricity or 380 liter of bio-diesel) and various of products such as crude oil, syngas and steam. The left over is less than 7% inherent ash, good for cement and asphalt industry.The plants are extremely cost effective and the ROI is less than 3-4 years in average.
Europe, United States as well as many developing countries use large amounts of energy in order to treat the excess amounts of all sorts of waste. The authorities learned out that the traditional methods of garbage treatment are not suitable any more for the huge amounts of the waste in the modern world. At the same time some technologies of extracting energy from waste are researched intensively, funded by governments, particularly in USA. But these technologies are very inefficient thus not being feasible from an economic point of view.
Research report of crude oil
berfore filteringThe great advantage of our technology is its ability to produce crude oil or syngas out of ordinary waste and in a very effective and affordable procedure. A facility for the production of electricity has been constructed in Moldova in 2004. The project produces 1 MW of electricity per hour and is operating smoothly producing electricity for neighboring consumers. After 3 years of production the project has reached the breaking even. The same technology was used to a larger project in Taibe, Israel with a capacity of 20 MW per hour.
A major issue regarding large plants concerns the need to get enough amounts of raw material, for instance, 400 tons per day of municipal waste (60% dry material) or 1,200 tons per day of sewage sludge (20%). Given that there is sufficient raw material supply the feasibility of a plant relying on this technology can be however demonstrated through plans for a much larger project, up to 50 MW per hour.
The project will have two main sources of income: Receipts from the sales of Energy and receipts from municipalities due to the disposal of their ordinary waste.
- Organic materials are pre-treated according to content, texture, and source. For example, tires undergo shredding; solid municipal waste is set free of glass, metallic objects, etc; sludge is being dehydrated
- Treated organic waste is conveyed into the reactor
- Breaking up long chains into small simple molecules, and separating sulphuric, nitrous and other by-products from the usable output our plant produces syngas and crude oil
- The syngas and crude oil are piped to electricity generators and turbines or transferred to a refinery and other consumers