• Comprehensive waste recycling
• Total material recovery
• Waste derived fuels/energies

 
   
  1-Municipality Solid Wastes (MSW)
2-Facility & Manufacturing Wastes
3-Contaminated Sludge
4-Pharmaceutical Wastes including Medicine and Chemicals
5-Hospital Wastes (Soiled, Infectious & Red bag waste)
6-Hospital Wastes (Plastics, Solvents, CHEMO & X-­Ray Films)
7-Chemicals, Paints & Solvents
8-Rubber & Plastics Waste
9-Contaminated Fluid, Grease & Oil
10-PCB & PCB Laden Wastes
11-Computer Parts and Boards
12-PVC and Foams
13-Paper and Cardboards
14-Wood Chips, Saw Dust & Pallets
15-Automotive Parts, Tires and Battery Housing
16-Air Terminal & Sea Port Waste
 
   
   
   
   
   
  • MSW consist of many uncontrollable variable
• MSW are extremely complex materials
• MSW are low in BTU, high in moisture
• Facility must be multi-­techs integrated
• EPA and local Clean Air standard compliances
• Low CO2/greenhouse gas footprint
• Facility long term financial sustainability
• Regional environment & economic benefits
 
   
  • Low Capital cost (25-­30%)
• Low operating cost (40-­60%)
• Waste volume reduction > 97%
• Comprehensive material recycling/recovery
• Streamlined waste collection processes
• Lowered city waste disposal costs
• Full compliances to EPA & Clean Air Standards
• High energy independence
 
   
  • Recyclables: Paper, cans, metal, glass, etc
• Heat: Continuous & reliable
• Steam: Industrial/power production
• Electricity: 25 mw/hr output (1,500t/d)
• Fuel Pellets: High in BTU;; low in Sulfur
• Ethanol: Waste derived fuel
• Methanol: Syngas converted fuel
• Bio Diesel: Waste derived fuel
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
  • Single stream, comingle separator.
• Processing recycles without sorting
• Capacity from 5 ton/hour – 25 ton/hr
• Minimal man power required
 
   
  Recycle-able ready for pick-up
• Scrap paper
• Scrap steel
• Aluminum
• Tin & copper
• Non-ferrous
• Glass
• Plastics
Provides daily cash revenue
 
   
   
   
   
   
  Ash remnants are 99.9% non-­organic and non-­toxic.
Can be molded to bricks, road paving material and landscaping material to achieve total waste recovery
 
   
  • Decorative Tiles and Bricks
• Cold Molding Process
• No heat required
• Minimal fossil fuel Required
• Patented process
 
   
  • Princeton Environmental Group, Inc. located in New Jersy
• World leading gasification engineering company
• 42 years R & D in bio-­mass/solid waste gasification .
• Commissioned world 1st solid waste gasification system in 1977 .
• Commissioned world 1st MSW gasification system in 1998.
• Over 600 gasification systems designed in 30 years.
• Over 300 units in operation today mostly in Japan.
• Certified to be in full compliance to Japan emission standards.
• 69 patents world wide (5 in the U.S.A.), 8 more pending.
• Bonding Capacity: $500 Million dollars per project globally
 
   
   
   
  Hazardous Waste Unit
• Model No: MGB-­300
• Capacity: 2000 lb /day
• Foot Print: 8'x8'x12'
• 100% EPA air compliance
• 75% fuel self reliance
• Low operating cost
• Minimal labor required
• Free Hot water (1,000 gallon/hr;;
12 hours/day)
• 25-­40% cost saving
• Reduction of waste liabilities
 
 

 

 
     
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