The problem of
Waste Management affects all countries around the world, and with increasing population, the problem of waste management increases
Each country chooses different systems to solve this problem: collection of waste to recycling materials, disposal on landfills, incineration, but until today,
without effective results.
Many countries in the world have significantly increases the necessity to observe methods of recycling and reuse materials reclaimed from MSW and other waste. But recycling and energy recovery is only about a fourth of the total MSW and other waste; the remaining three-fourths is disposed in landfills or incinerated (burned).
These traditional methods of waste disposal are increasingly becoming less viable. In some countries, where there is limited landfill space, or where new laws and regulations do not allows disposal of MSW in landfills or fees requested to disposal waste on landfill are very expensive, the traditional disposal methods of landfilling and incineration are becoming less feasible.
In addition to consuming valuable land, decomposing MSW generates methane, a greenhouse
gas, and the leaching wastes may also pose a threat to surface water and
groundwater. Further, some areas have banned incineration of waste because of
the negative environmental impacts.
We think it's necessary resign old waste management systems environmentally dangerous such as:
the costly problem of waste disposal and the need of more energy in the World, many countries are turning their attention to Waste Plasma Gasification Technology, a time-tested and environmentally-sound; it's the best technology to convert the waste into useful products such as electricity,
fertilizers, transportation fuels and chemicals. On average, conventional
waste-to-energy plants that use mass-burn incineration can convert one ton of
MSW to about 550 kilowatt-hours of electricity.
With waste plasma gasification technology,
one ton of MSW can be used to produce up to 1,000 kilowatt-hours of
electricity, a much more efficient and cleaner way to utilize this source of
energy. Waste Plasma Gasification can help the world to manage its waste and transfome (100% of waste) into energy products .
is a unique process that transforms a carbon-based material, such as MSW or
biomass, into other forms of energy without actually burning it. Instead,
gasification converts the solid and liquid waste materials into a gas through a
chemical reaction. This reaction combines those carbon-based materials (known
as feedstocks) with small amounts of air or oxygen (but not enough to burn the
materials), breaking them down into simple molecules, primarily a mixture of
carbon monoxide and hydrogen.
What’s produced is a synthesis gas (Syngas) that can be converted into electricity and valuable products. With gasification, MSW and wastes are no longer useless, but they become feedstocks for a gasifier. Instead of paying to dispose of and manage the waste for years in a landfill, using it as a feedstock for gasification reduces disposal costs and landfill space, and converts those wastes into valuable electricity, fuels, chemicals or fertilizers.