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Waste management

Sustainable development technologies for generating energy from waste

Carbon recycling
Fuel, packaging, perfumes, cleaning products from carbon emissions industry
Aviation fuel from garbage
Low-carbon and inexpensive fuel from urban waste
Fuel from coffee
Green energy on coffee grounds
Landfill gas processing
Landfill gas processing system for electric power
Bio-oil from grass and sticks
Fuel from plant biomass
Coal waste disposal
Non-standard low-calorie fuels
2500 types of waste - into energy, heat and fuel
After processing - only mineral powder and CO2
Energy from organic carbon
Installation for processing household waste, biomass, oil refining waste, sludge treatment facilities, agricultural waste, manure, etc.
Experts in the field of waste management
  • Shannon Shaw
    Master of Science, Chief Geochemist of Global Water Experts
  • James Brolin
    Chairman of the Board of Directors of Environmental Business Consultants
  • Brian V. Brooks
    Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Environmental Sciences and Biomedical Research; Director of Environmental Health Science at Baylor University
  • Dr. Timothy White
    Senior Lecturer in Product Design at Aston University
  • Dena McMartin
    Deputy Vice President of the University of Regina
  • Professor Sandra Esteves
    Professor of Bioprocess Technology for Resource Recovery and Director of the Wales Centre of Excellence in Anaerobic Digestion at the University of South Wales
In recent years, the issues of sustainable development and the search for alternative energy sources have become increasingly relevant. One of the directions of development is the use of technologies for generating energy from waste. This is not only a way to reduce the amount of waste, but also to effectively use their resource potential.

One of the key technologies in this area is carbon recycling. Carbon-containing waste, such as garbage, wood or agricultural waste, can be converted into useful fuel. For example, using new methods and technologies, aviation fuel is obtained from garbage or fuel from coffee. This reduces dependence on fossil resources and reduces greenhouse gas emissions.

Another important technology is the processing of landfill gas. Landfills are a source of methane that can be used for energy production. Modern installations make it possible to process landfill gas into electricity and heat, which helps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and increase energy efficiency.
Another example of technology is the production of energy from plant biomass. Plant waste, such as wood, straw or agricultural waste, can be used to produce biogas or biofuels. This reduces dependence on petroleum products and reduces the negative impact on the environment.

Coal waste disposal is also an important aspect of sustainable development technologies. Instead of just storing coal waste, it can be used for energy production. Modern technologies make it possible to obtain electricity and heat from coal waste, which reduces the negative impact of the coal industry on the environment and contributes to a more efficient use of the energy potential of coal waste.

Another important aspect in the field of energy production from waste is the use of various types of waste, such as sewage treatment plants, agricultural waste, manure and other organic materials. Special installations allow the production of biogas or biofuels from these wastes, which contributes to their utilization and transformation into a valuable resource.

One of the interesting and innovative directions is the development of highly selective adsorbents for the removal and extraction of valuable components from industrial wastewater. These adsorbents are able to effectively absorb and retain copper, chromium and other valuable elements, allowing them to be extracted and reused. This approach not only ensures energy efficiency, but also helps to reduce the use of primary resources.

Waste energy technologies play an important role in sustainable development, allowing to reduce the negative impact of industry and society on the environment. They contribute to the efficient use of resources, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reduce dependence on fossil fuels. The introduction of these technologies requires joint efforts from government agencies, researchers, business and society as a whole to ensure a sustainable and environmentally friendly future.

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