RCBC Global, Inc. provides affordable waste to energy systems utilizing the Rotary Cascading Boiler, the best way to recycle waste to achieve global sustainable energy. Our company`s goal is zero land-fill through waste to energy. RCBC Global, Inc. represents various manufacturers for processing recycling and waste materials. Choose the right equipment to get the most out of your materials. Choose RCBC Global, Inc. and choose zero-landfill.

Company details

131 4th Avenue West, Suite 212 , Hendersonville , North Carolina 28792 USA

Locations Served

Manufacturers Represented

Business Type:
Industry Type:
Waste and Recycling - Waste to Energy
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)
Year Founded:
$1,000,000 US - $10,000,000 US

Landfilling waste has become the norm in societies around the world.  The United States has been a model on how to manage landfills such that emissions and leachate do not affect local communities.   Even with such careful and costly efforts, landfills have an environmental impact that is potentially irreversible.  They are sources for both air and groundwater pollution and are difficult to impossible to redevelop after waste disposal ceases.

Recycling has not been as effective as the world would have liked.  When commodity values drop below levels showing a profit, recycling organizations go out of business and recyclables go to the dump. 

In third world countries, human being live in landfills along with wild animals including pigs, goats and chickens to name a few.  Landfills in these areas and across the world are hotbeds for the world deadliest diseases. USA Today’s Article published July 2017 – Pathway to Peril – describes this imminent problem.

The United States EPA has required all industrial business to be zero landfill by the year 2030.  Where will the waste go? Certainly not dumped into our oceans, or will it?

According to the World Bank Organizations’ ‘What a Waste – A Global Review of Solid Waste Management’

“Currently, world cities generate about 1.3 billion tonnes of solid waste per year. This volume is expected to increase to 2.2 billion tonnes by 2025. Waste generation rates will more than double over the next twenty years in lower income countries. Globally, solid waste management costs will increase from today’s annual $205.4 billion to about $375.5 billion in 2025. Cost increases will be most severe in low income countries (more than 5-fold increases) and lower-middle income countries (more than 4-fold increases).

The global impacts of solid waste are growing fast. Solid waste is a large source of methane, a powerful GHG that is particularly impactful in the short-term. The recycling industry, with more than two million informal waste pickers, is now a global business with international markets and extensive supply and transportation networks. Locally, uncollected solid waste contributes to flooding, air pollution, and public health impacts such as respiratory ailments, diarrhoea and dengue fever. In lower income country cities, solid waste management is usually a city’s single largest budgetary item.”

The RCB Waste to Energy System (RCBWTE) enables a paradigm shift to reduce waste, eliminate the need for landfills creating energy and preserving water.

Our approach is to handle on a per project basis, solutions to meet each challenge.


Municipal Solid Waste


Industrial “ZERO LANDFILL”

Carpeting, Foam, Treated Wood, Powder Coatings, 

Agricultural Wastes

Bovine, Equine, Fowl, Hog manures and Biomass

COAL “Clean Coal”

Sewer Sludge


RCBC Global, Inc. is in the Waste to Energy industry, dealing with environmental abuse by taking a stand for ZERO landfill.  The RCB WTE Systems are unique to the WTE industry because the technology combusts waste fuels at the lowest cost, smallest footprint and fastest turnaround in the industry.  RCB Waste to Energy systems will cause a paradigm shift to reduce waste and eliminate the need for landfills, creating energy and preserving water.

The market for transforming garbage to energy is driven by the dual need to eliminate garbage and to generate energy. In individual countries either of these may be the driving reason. Unlike the United States or Canada, most other countries do not have vast reserves of coal, natural gas and oil to power traditional electric power generating plants. Many countries must import fuel (typically coal or oil) to produce electricity. Electric rates are substantially higher than what is experience in Canada or the U.S.  At the same time, growing populations are generating more and more garbage, causing increased health problems and increased governmental cost of garbage collection, transportation and landfill management.

Governments across the globe are supportive of waste-to-energy solutions. Within the last three years most countries across the globe have devised structures to implement waste-to-energy projects, typically either Public-private cooperatives or concessions to private companies.

One challenge to implementing WTE has been the high capital cost of proposed systems. The value of the energy produced simply has not enabled a payback on the capital required. Thus, governments have been required to subsidize the systems. While this may have been possible in past economic times of plenty, not so today. Unlike other proposed methods, the RCBC System’s significantly lower capital cost enables a sufficient coverage ratio for the payment of loans related to the initial construction of the facilities.

The Program Economics of building and operating an RCBC facility are substantial. Communities avoid the costs and risks of landfills, electric power can be produced to compliment the electrical grid or supply high-use private companies, and sustainable jobs are created to increase the economy and stability of the local community. At the same time, the facility owner can generate profits sufficient to pay back loans and provide a strong return to investors or government sponsors.