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  • Measuring Gases Produced by Waste Gasification to Improve Control and Efficiency

    Measuring Gases Produced by Waste Gasification to Improve Control and Efficiency

    Waste gasification is a type of waste to energy process where waste material is used as a fuel to create heat, electricity or other chemical products. Specifically, in waste gasification, the waste material is decomposed in such a way to produce gaseous products, often known as syngas, a combination of hydrogen, carbon monoxide and some carbon dioxide.Conventional incineration uses heat and ...

  • Replacing Natural Gas for Industry Case Study

    Summary: Aries Clean Energy’s patented downdraft gasification systems were first deployed for Boral Brick in Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee to offset natural gas costs that were topping ...

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  • Waste-to-Energy (WTE) Plant
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    Waste-to-Energy (WTE) Plant

    A waste-to-energy (WTE) plant is constructed in TWO (2) Phases: Phase 1 is elimination of the waste by gasification (incineration). This Phase 1 represents 10% to 15% of the full Waste-to-Energy plant cost. With normal tipping fees it is quickly paid for and profitable. Phase 2 is the energy recovery and electricity generation, and this can be constructed at any later time. This at 85 to 90% of ...