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Recovered Energy System TM
PLASMA GASIFICATION PROCESS DESCRIPTION OVERVIEW
The RECOVERED ENERGY SYSTEMTM begins with the thermal transformation of waste to produce a clean combustible gas referred to hereinafter as "Fuel Gas". The Fuel Gas is used to produce electricity in a combined cycle gas/steam turbine. Alternatively, the Fuel Gas can be used to produce ethanol (denatured ethyl alcohol), a fuel that can either be blended with gasoline or burned in an engine as a neat fuel. Heat generated by the process is used to produce electricity, superheat steam, heat boiler feedwater and to distill.
The process operates on a ZERO WASTE philosophy, defined as:
The recycling of all materials back into nature or the marketplace in a manner that protects human health and the environment.
The following is a description of REI's Recovered Energy System™ process for transforming Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) and other waste materials into energy and useable by-products. The process can be broken down into four sub-systems: material handling, thermal transformation or plasma gasification, gas clean up, and steam and energy production. A flow diagram is shown at the end of this section.
Waste to Energy
Biological Waste Processing
Small Scale Gasification
Coal Gasification (IGCC)
Oil Water Separation
Offshore Platform Oil Water Separation