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Waste To Energy Technologies

WaterSmart Environmental, Inc. is a provider of Waste-To-Energy Technologies and a manufacturer of highly engineered water purification components and systems. The Waste To Energy Technologies are intended for municipalities, animal feedlots, pulp and paper mills, sugar cane factories, palm oil mills, and food processing companies. The next generation technology is capable of achieving renewable energy, food, methane gas, biodiesel, and water independence for all waste generators. The technology fully complies with Kyoto Protocol on climate change.

Click on the link below to read the Article reprinted from Asian Water magazine, October 1999, titled 'Unlocking the Power in Waste'.

  Unlocking the Power in Waste

Click on the link below to read the failed waste-to-energy Initiative.

  Westar Energy Initiative

BioWastePower Constructors & BioWasteEnergy

WaterSmart Environmental, Inc. includes two additional divisions, BioWastePower Constructors that provides complete design-build services, and BioWastEnergy that provides complete operations and maintenance services for Waste To Energy projects.

BioWastePower Constructors  Design-build services include:

  • Project Development Assistance
  • Economic Feasibility Studies
  • Conceptual Engineering and Detailed Design
  • Permitting
  • Equipment Procurement
  • Project Financing

BioWastEnergy  Operations and maintenance services include:

  • Project Operation Management
  • Total Maintenance
  • Co-Products Marketing

Engineering Data Sheet

  • Anaerobic Digestion Process
  • Two-Phase, Two-Stage, Thermophilic, Fixed-Growth, Anaerobic Digestion Process

Over the last 80 years, anaerobic digestion treatment throughout the world has been consistently viewed by researchers, practitioners, and end users alike, as but a simple phenomenon of nature rather than a fantastic and magnificent biochemical engineering process.

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Water Treatment Equipment

WaterSmart Environmental, Inc. also designs and builds a wide variety of water treatment equipment including:

  • Packaged water and wastewater treatment plants
  • UltraPaqTM  aerobic package plants
  • Aerators
  • Filters
  • PuriSepTM  and SmartWaterTM  oil/water and solids/liquids separators
  • RainDrainTM  perimeter trench sand filters for stormwater runoff
  • Dissolved air flotation separators
  • Air strippers
  • Complete skid assembled aqueous waste treatment plants
  • FilterFreshTM  skid mounted potable water production plants
  • Skid mounted wastewater treatment systems for laundromats, commercial laundries, and car/truck wash facilities with water reclamation and reuse
  • Softeners
  • Demineralizers
  • Activated carbon treatment equipment
  • Water purifiers for domestic and international markets.

A Presentation to The World Bank

MSW-To-RenewableEnergy and Biofuels BioRefinery. A Zero Carbon Footprint Technolog. Made Possible By The SuperAnaerobicDigestionTM Treatment Process with Spirulina and Chlorella Microalgae Photobioreactor Production & Processing Technologies.

  See World Bank Presentation

Reversing Global Warming Through A Worldwide Waste-To-Energy Policy

Combined heat and power (CHP), also known as cogeneration, is an efficient, clean, and reliable approach to generating power and thermal energy from a single fuel source. CHP is not a specific technology but an application of technologies to meet an energy user's needs. CHP systems achieve typical effective electric efficiencies of 50% to 70% - a dramatic improvement over the average efficiency of separate heat and power. Since CHP is highly efficient, it reduces traditional air pollutants and carbon dioxide, the leading greenhouse gas associated with climate change, as well. As seen below, the CHP system can produce the same electrical and thermal output at 75% fuel conversion efficiency as compared to 49% for separate heat and power. This is a 50% gain in overall efficiency, resulting in a 35% fuel savings. Whenever and wherever higher efficiency is achieved lesser global warming is always realized.

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KDHE Bureau of Environmental Remediation

Article Developed By: Aspen Junge June 30, 2010
"Petroleum Refining: A 125 Year Kansas Legacy"

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