WHAT BIOHEARTH® CAN DO FOR YOU
Our bioHearth® downdraft gasification system is the simple, affordable waste to energy solution. It converts any carbon-based waste into combined power and heat through gasification.
We pride ourselves in providing a safe and efficient alternative for applications across the globe from large manufacturing operations to hotels to aiding in relieving stress on landfills. The bioHearth® system offers:
- high-grade construction meets industry regulations
- 24 hour operation with self-cleaning capability
- a re-usable waste byproduct
- feedstock flexibility
- minimal maintenance time saves you money
BIOHEARTH® INDUSTRY ADVANTAGES
BALANCE SHEET RESULTS Make money from waste you are currently paying to haul away. In many cases, ROI for a bioHearth® system, including operations costs, can be under 5 years. A ROI study is available for your company as part of our custom quote package.
POSITIVE PUBLIC RELATIONS Across the board, small businesses to fortune 500 companies are adopting green initiatives. Environmental stewardship is quickly becoming a major determiner in the daily consumer choices. Take the first step toward gaining additional consumer confidence by adding a green energy element to your company.
ECONOMIC GROWTH New focus is being placed on the economic advancement of developing countries, which require a reliable energy sources. Create green-collared jobs that contribute to preserving and restoring environmental quality for future generations.
THE BENEFITS OF BIOHEARTH®
BIOHEARTH® AND YOUR PROJECT
ENERGY INDEPENDENCE On-site energy creates energy independence, proving to be beneficial in multiple industries and communities areas with power supply issues to agricultural settings to those affected yearly by natural disasters.
ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTION Bottom line, waste ends up sold for little value or in landfills, damaging the environment. Installing a bioHearth® system immediately interrupts this cycle, profitizes waste and produces clean energy onsite. The payoff for the system is two-fold: you will earn a profit and help the environment.
WASTE MANAGEMENT For businesses that produce a highly toxic by-product, waste management can be incredibly costly and highly regulated. We can reduce harmful waste to the smallest possible volume. In turn, we limit your dependency on landfills. With the growing population across the globe, more trash means an increased costs due to over-usage of landfills and restrictions on new landfill space.
BIOHEARTH® AND THE ENVIRONMENT
CARBON NEUTRAL Our waste to energy system converts any carbon-based waste into combined power and heat through gasification. “Gasifiers are a much cleaner technology than traditional biomass combustion systems, and more efficient, resulting in more power generated for each ton of biomass consumed.” – Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
LOW EMISSIONS The bioHearth® is able to take a variety of feedstocks and break them down to a versatile fuel, producer gas. Our process converts potential pollutants pass the point of harm, meaning the bioHearth® emissions fall well within EPA standards.
ECO-FRIENDLY BYPRODUCT The byproduct of the bioHearth® is biochar, also known as activated charcoal, a charcoal created from the breakdown of organic matter. Biochar is excellent soil additive, helping to replenish lost nutrients. It can also be used in water filtration.
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