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Plasma zapping waste plant.

Discussion in 'Alternative Energy' started by mramos1, Sep 10, 2006.

  1. mramos1

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    Looks good, yet another candidate for sheap energy from waste.

    There are so many I don't know which will take off, thermal depolymerisation is where I'm putting my bet's on at the momentl.
     
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    Well, energy from waste, here in the States we should be able to run a long time. hehehe..

    Years ago, I would drive by land fills (only hills we have in Florida outside of the on-ramp for the interstate) and see the big flames as they burned off the methane gas. What a waste..
     
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    The proble with biogas from tips is it needs cleaning before it can be used to supply homes. Often the cost of cleaning it outweights resale price for the gas.
     
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    That can be remedied by waiting until the value of the gas increases.
     

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