Waste-To-Energy

Present W2E

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The primary form of energy utilized in the USA from the late 1800’s until today has been non-renewable fossil fuels, namely, coal, petroleum and natural gas. Such fossil fuels have been used for the production of electricity, but at a tremendous environmental cost.

Feed Stock Materials

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Household waste including:

Clothes made of nylon, polyester etc.,

Plastics including PVC

Lawn grass and food waste

Shredded tires 3 CM/1,1 inch

Hospital waste (processed separately) 250 kg/h 551.156 Pound

Waste oil (Processed separately) 

Sewage sludge

Residues from paper

Factors Underlying Development of a Waste-to-Energy Project

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Current technologies used in US & Globally W2E from Incinerations versus our partner “INTEC” technology in comparison. 

  1. INTEC has much more output and efficiency, US & Globally W2E facilities produces 13 MWh from 500 tons INTEC makes 32MWh from 500 tons of waste which is more than double.
  2. US & Globally W2E facilities minimize CO2 output, Intec has NO CO2 output
  3. US & Globally W2E facilities has an incineration (burning) process that produces ash problem dispose ash becomes a problem as time moves, they send to landfill INTEC has no ash but valuable coke (by Product) which can be sold to steel melting plant.

Our German technology partner’s process:

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Samaha Group brings a unique German-engineered and produced Waste-to-Energy technology that can process more than 3,000 tons of municipal waste per day with zero emissions, while providing green energy.Unlike competing procedures in the field of thermal gasification, the process employed by INTEC Energies GmbH (Thermolytic Cracking Process, registered as INTEC-TCP®) is highlighted by the following features:

  • Application of any kind of homogenized waste as input material – also high-calorific
  • Separate drying with application of process exhaust heat
  • Auto thermal thermolysis and auto thermal gasification
  • Multi-staged process design for a better manipulation of the process steps
  • Optimized temperature guidance in all stages
  • Optimized devices in all three stages of the process design
  • Direct power generation in gas engines without extensive flue-gas cleaning
  • Integration into stand-alone plant complexes with cogeneration
  • No emission what so ever and no CO2 output - during gasification process.