Renewable Energy Industry Employs 7.7 Million Worldwide
After years of a poor job economy, seeing growth in this area is a welcome change. The growth may come in an unexpected industry for some. The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) released their annual report showing that the Renewable
5 Unexpected Leaders in the Green Movement
When researching the greenest countries, it is no surprise to come across trend setters like Switzerland, Sweden and Singapore. They are the first to implement new trends and technologies. However, the times are changing. There are some up and comers
Evolution of CO2 Emissions from 1860s to Present
Ever wondered just how much our carbon dioxide emissions have changed and grown over the years? The World Resources Institute developed an informational video to clearly explain and demonstrate just how much our carbon dioxide emissions have grown since the
Recycled wood: the truly green key to a sustainable built environment
Waste to Energy Systems' sister company, Albany Woodworks, specializes in recycled and reclaimed building materials. Both companies have a green focus and aim to create a renewable, more sustainable world through their respective products and goals. Below is an article
Syn-gas: A versatile and renewable fuel
So you may be asking yourself, what is syn-gas? No it is not a bad pun on a 90's comedian. It is short for Synthesis Gas (also known as Producer Gas) and it is the end product of a gasification system.
How to Teach Children about Sustainability
Teaching children about sustainability is just as important at home as it is as school. Giving your children the proper knowledge and tools to live in the changing world is the best thing possible, and providing a good role model
Should Kids be Taught Sustainability in School?
The Waste to Energy team believes without a doubt that children should be taught sustainability not only at home but at school. Home and school are the two most important learning environments for children and it seems kids are demanding
Meet the Owner of Waste to Energy Systems, LLC
They say “When you change yourself, you change the future." This is true for Richard Woods, owner and founder of Waste to Energy Systems. His choice to change created a business that would not only improve his family's future but hopefully, the world's. Richard
What takes place in a gasification reactor?
The concept of converting waste to energy to help us heat and power our daily lives is pretty amazing. If we think back 50 years ago, the environmental movement was barely a blip on the radar. Now being environmentally friendly
How can my community become more eco-friendly?
More and more communities are moving toward an eco-friendly lifestyle. Sustainable living communities are popping up all over, where they are specially built to be as green and environmentally friendly as possible. So what do you do when your community