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Waste to Energy

Waste to Energy



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Published by: fischumi on Mar 26, 2008
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 Index of organizations and processes that use sewage, garbage, and other waste products to generate energy efficiently and cleanly.
 "Garbage is simply useful stuff in the wrong place."-- Alex Steffen (
;Nov. 22, 2006)
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 - add an entry
 - Entrepreneurs are creatingcompanies that exploit the creative opportunities in otherpeople's junk, sparing the environment in the process. Thearticle looks at green entrepreneurship in general and profilessome specific companies, whose products range from recycledprinter cartridges to rubber sidewalks. (
 Business Week 
; August17, 2006) (See 
 Graphic byFirm
, with permission.
Large-Scale Waste Recovery in Operation
 - MagneGasTechnology has been developed to process liquid wastes into aclean burning fuel known as magnegas, plus heat and otherusable byproducts, said processing occurring without noise,liquid, gaseous or other pollutions. New discoveries of scienceinvolved. (
; May 30, 2006)
 -Company's technology converts landfills into electricity androads, by vaporizing garbage at temperatures hotter than parts of the sun. Lightning-like plasma arcs turn trash into gas and rock-like material. (
; Sept. 11, 2006)
FirmGreen’s landfill gas
-to-energyprogram involves a multi-faceted approach to energydevelopment, producing ethanol, methanol and biodiesel, inaddition to the conventional electric and pipeline gascommodities.
 - Independent Japaneseindustry group validates Direct FuelCell use in wastewatertreatment; certification expected to streamline process of marketing future DFC sales in Japan. (
; Mar. 29, 2006)
 -Specializes in waste-to-energy,  with two plants inoperation. Energy andenvironmental service companythat provides funding and management
expertise; aimed at providing energyindependence. Mission is to identify, introduce and commercializeenvironment-friendly energy technologies to the international marketplace.
 - Noairborne emissions from inexpensive process that creates gasfrom biomass, waste wood, and low-grade coal. (
; May 16,2005)
 -Waste Management Inc.said it will speed up its tapping of gasfrom rotting garbage to generate clean power from 60 landfillsover five years. Waste Management will bring turbines to thelandfills to generate more than 700 megawatts of power a year,or enough power for about 700,000 homes. (
; June 28,2007)
 - 70 landfills aroundthe country run turbines on methane; engough to power 50,000households, refuse trucks, 60 government cars. Also, the steam fromthe turbines heats homes and three greenhouses.(
; April 29, 2005)
 - World leader in atmospheric fluidized bedcombustion technology with more than 81 installations world wide, and over 5million hours of operating experience.

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