Waste2Energy Global

Changing the world, one community at a time…

Responsible Management of Waste and Resources

Until now, waste has been a problem typically managed by shipping it long distances for disposal. This results in serious emissions from trucking and shifts the environmental burden to areas that didn’t create the waste.
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The waste management hierarchy indicates an order of preference for action to reduce and manage waste, and is usually presented diagrammatically in the form of a pyramid.

The hierarchy captures the progression of a material or product through successive stages of waste management, and represents the latter part of the life-cycle for each product.

The aim of the waste hierarchy is to extract the maximum practical benefits from products and to generate the minimum amount of waste. The proper application of the waste hierarchy can have several benefits.

It can help prevent emissions of greenhouse gases, reduces pollutants, save energy, conserves resources, create jobs and stimulate the development of green technologies.

This hierarchy has been generally accepted throughout the world by business and local governments

Waste to Energy

Power generation from waste in the past has been accomplished by using large incinerators that communities don’t want to be near, and electricity is often transmitted long distances back to urban areas. When electricity travels long distances, transmission line losses occur and costs increase in proportion to the distance travelled. These incinerator plants are also not very efficient producers of power and produce significant quantities of harmful by-products.

Waste2Energy Global (W2E) allows waste to be dealt with where it is created, and electricity to be generated where it is needed, cleanly and efficiently.

Our solutions can be decided into four (4) key areas:
Municipal Solid Waste - Domestic wasteGeneralPyrolysis(L)Electricity,Hot Water, Sterile Recyclables, Multi-Fuels
Waste tyresGeneralPyrolysis(S)Electricity, Hot water, Sterile Recyclables, Multi-Fuels
Business waste not containing hazardous waste or chemicalsGeneralPyrolysis(S)Electricity, Hot water, Sterile Recyclables
Uncontaminated building and demolition wasteGeneralPyrolysis(S)Electricity, Hot water
Garden wasteGeneralPyrolysis(S)Electricity, Hot water
Post consumer packagingGeneralPyrolysis(S)Electricity, Hot water
Non-infectious animal carcassesGeneralPyrolysis(S)Electricity, Hot water
Waste carbohydrates (sugars and starch)GeneralDistillationElectricity, Hot water, Bioethanol (Alcohol), High Protein Animal feed
Cattails - Cattails grow wild in nutrient enhanced waterwaysGeneralDistillationElectricity, Hot water, Bioethanol (Alcohol), High Protein Animal feed
Waste Wheat & PotatoesGeneralDistillationElectricity, Hot water, Bioethanol (Alcohol), High Protein Animal feed
Expired, spoilt or unusable hazardous productsGeneralPyrolysis(S)Electricity, Hot water
General waste (excluding domestic waste) which contains hazardous waste or hazardous chemicalsHazardousPyrolysis(S)Electricity, Hot water
Health care risk wasteHazardousPyrolysis(S)Electricity, Hot water