Waste to energy
We can provide and operate major, practical, and profitable Waste-to-Energy plants using proprietary technology called “TRIP”.
The technology is designed on the basis of continuous, fractionation and recombinant heat treatment. In a hermetically sealed reactor, without access to atmospheric oxygen, in the reducing environment not by combustion, but only by increasing temperatures (in the range of 500 to 800 ° C) molecular destruction and restructuring of high molecular weight complex spatial structures and their fractionation takes place.
The high efficiency and effectiveness of this process is amplified by the multicyclicity of molecular destruction and partial fractional distillation. Classical pyrolysis cannot do this without multicyclic destruction and restructuring of molecules. Multicyclic molecular destruction with subsequent fractionation is positively reflected in the quality of gaseous and liquid fractions and increasing their yield.
Depolimerization yields three (3) types of products:
1. Liquid fraction – petrochemical product, production of electric energy with cogeneration unit up to 1MW / h
2. Gas fraction – gas, heat production, necessary for the technological process
3. Solid residue – ash, carbon, can be used as additives for the production of various products in various industries. Thanks to its high calorific value, it can also be used as a fuel, and thanks to its high hygroscopic capabilities, as a absorber of liquid impurities in accidents on land and water.
A variety of feed-stocks can be fed into the “TRIM” process including:
o MSW (Municipal Solid Waste),
o Biomass including wood scraps, food scraps, and agricultural and animal waste and
Thanks to its versatility and adjustability, TRIP technology is able to respond ecologically and economically to the various requirements of our customers with regard to the required input and output. The input can be various types of raw materials from waste (tires, plastics, wood chips, biomass, sludge, contaminated soil). The output is then the liquid fraction, carbon and other solids or electricity.