Since the 1970's, humans have treated wastewater to protect human and ecological health from waterborne diseases. There are approximately 14,000 waste water treatment plants in the US alone and they generate over 13.8 million tons (dry weight) of sludge annually.
Sustainability is quickly becoming not only a benefit but an expectation for most companies. This has pushed many businesses in every industry to adopt green initiatives.
There are several types of gasification available on the market today. But not all are created equal. The right process for a project depends on several variables including the type of waste being processed and the customers needs (heat and/or
With the number of patients from the COVID-19 pandemic in the millions, an increase in the amount of medical waste laden with the virus is guaranteed. In Wuhan alone, where the coronavirus first emerged, officials not only needed to build
As green and renewable energy forges forward as the next major energy trend, one company has recently established itself as a major contender. Waste to Energy Systems, LLC in Louisiana has recently filed a patent for it's biomass gasification system,
Renewable energy could be coming from underground turbines in city water lines. Renewable Energy is coming from unexpected sources like city water lines. A recent article from The Daily Good featured this new technology. An energy company in Portland recently developed
Blogger's Note: The Clean Power Plan was implemented on August 3, 2015 by the EPA. The Clean Power Plan finalized new rules, or standards, that will reduce carbon emissions from power plants for the first time. As a result, new focus is
The four hundred year old technology of Gasification is finally getting some well deserved attention in the Alternative Energy world. With companies like Waste to Energy Systems fine tuning the gasification process, biomass as a fuel source for the process will continue
As a testament to the growing popularity of biomass and bioenergy, October 21st marked the 3rd annual National Bioenergy Day. Over 60 organizations across 24 states, spanning from the west coast to east coast all the way up to Canada,