waste conversion Companies in Papua New Guinea

Serving Papua New Guinea | Near Papua New Guinea
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Plasco Energy Group

based in Ottawa, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Plasco Energy Group Inc. is an innovative technology company based in Ottawa, Canada. Plasco’s conversion technology is a sustainable solution that helps communities achieve their landfill diversion and renewable energy goals. Plasco recovers the highest value from post-recycled waste and significantly reduces the negative impact waste has on the environment. Plasco ...

Greenlight Energy Solutions Corp.

based in San Francisco, CALIFORNIA (USA)

GLES’ proprietary Waste Conversion Pyrolysis (WCP) System provides the opportunity to reduce landfill, reuse by-products, and recycle energy all in one elegant solution.Green Light Energy Solutions Corporation is only engaged into production of the proprietary Waste Conversion Pyrolysis system..Green Light Energy Solutions Corporation takes great pride in introducing our ...

Tetronics (International) Ltd

based in Swindon, UNITED KINGDOM

Tetronics is a global leader in the supply of Waste Recovery Plants. We have the capability to manage the complete deployment lifecycle of a Waste Recovery Plant from initial testing of the waste material at Tetronics’ test facility, the most comprehensive in Europe, through to the physical onsite installation of a full commercial plant. Tetronics’ patented Plasma Arc ...

A + A Worm Farm Waste Systems

based in Hastings, AUSTRALIA

A & A Worm Farm Waste Systems make waste treatment plants using worms that process domestic waste, sewerage, garbage and waste grey waters. If you have an existing septic tank or chemical treatment plant, our worm farm waste systems can also be used to retrofit septic tanks. Our natural waste processing systems, which use only worms, can be used for domestic waste ...

Colsen International b.v.

based in HULST, NETHERLANDS

Colsen is situated in Hulst (The Netherlands). Our customer base is in the food-processing industry and in the communal & industrial waste water area. Colsen is specialized in the execution of projects in the area of water treatment and energy production via (anaerobic) digestion. The Colsen activities range from problem solving, design and engineering, project ...

Envi Con & Plant Engineering GmbH

based in Nuremberg, GERMANY

Design, engineering and realisation of power generation & waste-to-energy plants. We thoroughly understand our work in overall planning and detailed engineering when it comes to the new construction or conversion of power plants and thermal waste-to-energy plants, as well as in the field of industrial energy supply.

Wheelabrator Technologies Inc.

based in Hampton, NEW HAMPSHIRE (USA)

Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. is a world leader in the safe and environmentally sound conversion of municipal solid waste - and other renewable waste fuels - into clean energy. Wheelabrator pioneered the waste-to-energy industry in the U.S. when it designed, built and operated the first commercially successful facility in Saugus, Massachusetts, in 1975. Three decades ...

Anaergia Inc.

based in Burlington, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Anaergia Inc. is a global leader in offering sustainable solutions for the generation of renewable energy and the conversion of waste to resources. Through a proven portfolio of proprietary technological solutions, Anaergia maximizes the generation of renewable energy, diversion of waste from landfill and reduction of greenhouse gases for customers across the municipal, ...

ITI Energy Limited

based in Rotherham, UNITED KINGDOM

ITI Energy Limited manufactures a compact and highly efficient thermal conversion technology based on a patented advanced gasification design. Combined with the most up-to-date, commercially available gas clean-up systems the technology generates a synthetic gas that is clean enough to fuel an internal combustion engine.

Hybag Automationen AG

based in Linden, SWITZERLAND

The automated conversion of waste into biomass produces a highly valuable raw material for biogas plants. The fermentation of biomass produces gas, which in turn powers a gas engine – the source for producing electricity. As a by-product, the engine produces heat, which can be used for heating or cooling depending on season and local requirements. The bio-substrate at the ...

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