waste to energy Equipment in Ireland

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BWE Waste to energy

by bwe biogas-weser-ems GmbH & Co. KG     based in Friesoythe, GERMANY

Bwe has built successful biogas plants that work with different kinds of organic waste for more than ten years now. The organic waste produced daily by our society is used to produce thermal and electrical energy, thus making an important contribution to climate protection replacing fossil fuels. The organic waste is not always as clean as you ...

Ecomation - Model Series ETA - Waste to Energy Systems

by Ecomation Oy     based in Salo, FINLAND

ECOMATION converts used tires to fuel and valuable raw materials. Series ETA is Ecomation’s complete solution for tire recycling Treatment capacities are from 0,3 - 3 metric tons/h. (2000 -20 000 tons/year) or even more with paraller units. The state of the art thermocatalytic process of the process line can work 24/7 producing reusable = ...

Cambi - Biowaste Treatment - Bio-waste to Energy

by Cambi AS     based in Asker, NORWAY

Cambi provides bio-waste plants that are focused on maximising biogas production and minimising final product mass. Because waste quality can differ to a significant degree, our systems are designed to handle a wide variety of conditions. Our patented process meets existing environmental requirements, including the Animal By-Products Regulation ...

Waste - Unused Energy Utilization System

by Epcon Industrial Systems, LP     based in The Woodlands, TEXAS (USA)

Electrical Power Generation - Hybrid Spiral Cycles. With the application of UTC’s Hybrid Spiral Cycles, low, medium and high level heat is converted into electrical power to achieve the maximum thermal, mechanical and electrical efficiencies to minimize the capital, operational and maintenance costs and deliver higher margins.  These ...

Biofabrik - Green Refinery Technology - Waste to Energy System

by Biofabrik Technologies GmbH     based in Dresden, GERMANY

The biorefinery of Biofabrik Green Refinery extracts basic chemical materials such as amino acids, lactic acids, sugars and sulfates from biomass.

Biofabrik - White Refinery Technology - Thermolytic Depolymerisation Waste to Energy System

by Biofabrik Technologies GmbH     based in Dresden, GERMANY

Biofabrik White Refinery produces fuel and energy from wastes on the basis of thermolytic depolymerisation. The space-saving and decentralised system allows the on-site processing of the resulting fuels into electricity and heat for storage for later use in vehicles and generators or for selling to the White Refinery® by supply agreement.


Caustic recovery plants

by Körting Hannover AG     based in Hannover, GERMANY

During the mercerising process the diluted caustic soda (weak lye) from the stabilisation compartment is normally drained. Körting has found a way to recover this diluted caustic soda by evaporating water. We have been supplying Caustic Recovery Plant for mercerising lye to the textile industry since 1956 and have installed approx. 200 systems ...

Waste Exhaust Heat Boilers

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

Approximately 25% of the usable energy of the fuel gas is released in the exhaust of the gas engine. This heat exits the engine at ~450oC as ‘high grade heat’, contrasting to ‘low-grade heat’ available from the generator cooling circuits. This high temperature and flow makes it well suited for utilisation in a waste heat ...

Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) Systems

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

GE’s Clean Cycle™ system, at full capacity, adds 125kW of electrical power output to a heat-generating application without consuming additional fuel. Operating at full load, one Clean Cycle™ system generates approximately 1 million kWh of electricity per year that would have otherwise been generated on the grid. This avoids more ...

Exhaust Gas Heat Exchangers

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

Exhaust gas heat exchangers (EGHE) utilise waste heat from the exhaust of the GE Jenbacher gas engine. They are typically located adjacent to the engine or are mounted on the roof of a containerised combined heat and power unit. They are present in a wide range of different applications and along with the other systems can be used to achieve ...

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