Last year, we were able to make great progress with the community and raising the awareness of the environmental crisis in Haiti. Now, entering the next phase of our mission we are taking our efforts to another level.
Transforming one form of energy into another requires heat. This method has been used for many years for the transformation and reduction of urban waste and is known as “gasification”. Traditional gasification methods pose operational and environmental problems. Such problems are: A systematic cleaning process is required, which implies stopping the process and cleaning with water or other components to remove ashes and other materials deposited or generated during the gasification process. Only one type of residue is treated at the time in order to achieve a consistent final product with energy value.
Preprocessing different residues and other organic raw materials, such as: carbon, urban solid waste, agriculture and farming waste, residual water slurry, used tires, plastic waste, hospital waste, etc.
Pyrolysis of one or several streams of organic raw materials used for production of syngas (basically CO and H2) and an inert solid residue.
Processing of syngas for the production of synthetic fuels (through a series of catalytic reactions) or the production of electricity (through combustion in gas turbines/internal combustion engines).
Processing inert residues from the pyrolysis process in products such as: fertilizer additives, civil engineering construction materials, pavement complements, clinker mixtures
With a qualified team of motivated professionals we are able to apply technology that can provide the results we need to make an IMPACT!
ENergy COnsumption in Haiti