Waste to Energy

Waste and Land fill is a significant issue across Australia and the world.

The way we deal with our waste is an opportunity to reduce Greenhouse gas and carbon emissions which can ensure we leave the earth in the best possible way for future generations.

ETS brings a range of the best technologies and solutions from around the world to the Australian and New Zealand markets and have a number of options to address your waste issues.

Anaerobic Digestion

Purpose and conditions
– Simple and effective treatment of organic waste
– Ideal Operating temperatures of 18 – 27 Deg C
– Minor Sorting and Separation Required
– After treatment of atmosphere pollution “NOT” required
– Not suitable for hazardous waste
– Requires “No” Natural Gas for Operation

Secondary Benefits
– Waste Heat
– Electricity Production and distribution
– Water for Irrigation
– Digester liquid Fertiliser
– Gas Injection to State Distribution Grid

Bio-Char

Purpose and conditions
– Recycle Green Waste, Sewer sludge, Woody & Shell waste products
– Reduces land fill
– Generate renewable fertiliser and feed stock products
– Hassle free, low cost to operate and maintain
– Energy generated used at point of operation

Secondary Benefits
– Avoids land fill and trade waste fees
– Long term sustainable outcomes
– Potential for carbon sequestration

Bio-Remediation

Purpose and conditions
– Simple and effective treatment of waste water Treatment
– Ambient to 35 Deg C process operating temperatures
– Organic and inorganic Nitrogen, Ammonia and Phosphates pollutants
– No After treatment required
– Not suitable for some hazardous waste
– Lowest energy input treatment of waste water for operation
– Scalable operation

Secondary Benefits
– High Protein Food Source, Duckweed and Spirulina
– BIOMASS for Electricity Production and distribution
– Nutraceutical
– Production of BIO Diesel

Plasma Gasification

Purpose and conditions
– SYNGAS Production from Multiple Waste Types and Soils
– 3000 Deg C process operating temperatures
– All MSW, Contaminated Materials, Asbestos and Bio Medical Waste
– After treatment required – EU and USA EPA Guidelines Accepted
– Soil remediation of Volatile Organics and Hydrocarbons

Secondary Benefits
– SYNGAS Production
– Electricity Production and distribution
– Thermal Heat Distribution
– Liquid Fuel Production
– 95% Reduction in Waste to LANDFILL

Pyrolysis

Purpose and conditions
– Simple and effective treatment of Tyres and Plastic waste
– Process Operating temperatures of 650 – 850 Deg C
– Minor Sorting and Separation Required
– After treatment of atmosphere pollution required
– Not suitable for some hazardous waste
– Requires “No” Natural Gas for operation
– Can run in Batch or Continuous operation (5-15 TPD)

Secondary Benefits
– Waste Heat
– SYNGAS for Electricity Production and distribution
– BIOCHAR
– Production of BIO Diesel

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