Waste today is becoming the fuel of tomorrow.
We look at the key steps from the waste being collected, through to the electricity being produced from your garbage.
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For many years, waste has been sent to landfill without a thought of what it is doing to the world, poisoning the air and seas all around our islands and mainland.
The people have finally woken up and the governments of the world are putting into place stringent controls to reduce global emissions and to reduce the human carbon footprint.
Waste will be diverted from Landfill to the Processing Plant.
WASTE SORTING AND RECYCLING
The waste is redirected from the landfill to sorting areas where the waste is sorted, removing rubble. Glass, plastics, paper and all other valuable commodities that can be recycled are separated for reuse.
The Manufacture of RDF from Sorted Shredded MSW
Here sorted waste is shredded and dried.
RDF is then produced in the form of baled or pelletised fuel for processing into energy.
One ton of MSW will produce ½ ton of RDF which will then be processed into clean energy.
Marston Moor Technologies Undertaking
The options available following the pre sorting of the waste will be the removal of all ferrous and non ferrous materials, the non ferrous materials are removed sold or recycled. Plastics are a high calorific material and can be mixed into the RDF to boost the energy levels of the waste to undergo a number of separate routes to energy. Some of the options available today are:- Gassification: Pyrolysis: or a combination of both,
MSW RDF Syngas HPSB Electricity.
MSW- RDF-Pyrolysis-Syngas- Gasturbine-CHP.
Sorted HV Plastics Pyrolysis- Synthetic fuels.
All these technologies have their place in the waste to energy business and each one will take its unique place to assist the country, in removing the burden of waste disposal. WORLDWIDE.
(converting Gas to Electricity using the CC Turbine Technology @45%)
One Pyrolysis module produces 1.822 MW gross @ 45% efficiency.
Five modules will produce 9.114 MW electrical.
So 90 tonnes of RDF/day will equate to 9.114 MW or 218.736 MWh/day.
Returning a cash-flow of electrical sales + Rocs = £110/MWh
Project Evaluation Criteria
A contracted waste stream for 25 years.
Building land set aside to building of the processing plant.
A power purchase agreement available for 25 years for the electricity generated.
Access to planning permits and building control acceptance.
Providing the framework criteria listed above can either be met or is in place, then please speak to one of the team, who will lodge your interest and allocate time to assist you in bringing about the best solution for your waste needs.
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