alternative fuels Equipment in Missouri

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Elgin - Broom Bear

by Elgin Sweeper Company     based in Elgin, ILLINOIS (USA)

Rugged and made to last, the Elgin Broom Bear four-wheel mechanical broom sweepers are one of the efficient on the market. Mounted on a commercially available conventional chassis with fully dualized controls and an intelligent single engine design that utilizes the chassis engine to power the sweeper, these road sweepers also feature a large ...

Hydro Energy

by Tula International     based in Atlanta, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

Humans have been using the power of water for centuries. Today, about 18% of the world’s electricity is produced by this reliable, time-tested technology. Hydro power shares many advantages with other renewable energy sources, such as reducing our reliance on fuel imports and our impact on the environment. As hydro plants can be ...

Alternative Fuels (RDF)

by Vecoplan AG     based in Bad Marienberg, GERMANY

Alternative fuels are becoming increasingly more popular – for a good reason. For one, they serve as fractions of high heating value for energetic use as outlined in national and international laws. Furthermore, they substitute scarce and expensive fossil fuels, and that not only in energyintensive industries.

Processing of Alternative Fuels (SRF)

by Lindner-Recyclingtech GmbH     based in Spittal/Drau, AUSTRIA

SRF is a fuel that is normally produced from waste with high calorific value. The original waste comes from households, industry and commerce and is processed for energy extraction; it is meant for co-incineration plants and replaces standard fuels (e.g. coal) in production plants for cement, power plants or other co-incineration plants.

Alternative Fuels

by Lux Research     based in Boston, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

Because of the short supply, rising costs, and global warming associated with conventional fuels, oil and gas companies, utilities, governments, and other players across the energy, agriculture, automotive, and aerospace industries are investing in new fuel sources that promise economic and environmental benefits. Using feedstocks that span ...

Alternative Energy Source N-Viro Fuel

by N-Viro International Corporation     based in Toledo, OHIO (USA)

N-Viro Fuel is a patented biomass-derived fuel that has the physical and chemical characteristics of coal. It is generated from municipal biosolds and other organics such as livestock manure, food waste, and pulp and paper sludge by-products. The resulting product is blended with coal and used as a energy substitute by electric utilities. The ...

Alternative Aviation Fuels

by Paradigm BioAviation     based in Illinois, ILLINOIS (USA)

It is the mission of Paradigm BioAviation to pioneer, develop, build and commercialize fully integrated production facilities for the conversion of waste-to-alternative jet fuel. This system would include associated delivery systems into an aircraft.

Alternate Fuels (CNG/LNG)

by Crane Carrier Company (CRANE)     based in Tulsa, OKLAHOMA (USA)

Exceeds 2002 EPA Emission Standards. Lightweight Vehicle. High Performance-to-Weight Ratio. 11 in. Formed “C” Channel Frame. Tapered Front Leaf Spring Design. Rugged Refuse Truck Design. Low Entry on Both Sides Available.

Alternative Fuel Pelican

by Elgin Sweeper Company     based in Elgin, ILLINOIS (USA)

Purchasing a three-wheel broom sweeper? Consider the enduring qualities of the Elgin Pelican. The Pelican offerse legendary performance, maneuverability, economy, reliability, and serviceability. The Pelican is now available with three optional alternative fuel systems, Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG), ...

Ethanol

by Advanced Biofuels Association (ABFA)     based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA)

Ethanol is an alcohol made by fermenting the sugar and starch components of crops including wheat, corn, sugar cane and other feedstocks.  Ethanol can be produced using enzyme digestions, fermentation, and distillation and is the most commonly utilized biofuel in the world, especially in Brazil and the United States. Nearly all of U.S. ...

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