Environmentally sound technologies should protect the environment, be less polluting, use all resources in a more sustainable manner, recycle more of their wastes and products and handle residual wastes in a more acceptable manner than the technologies for which they are substitutes.
In our world of alarming climate change and rapidly depleting natural resources, a sustainable environment with renewable or alternative carbon free energy has become one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century. MPCEE, in conjunction with various technologists, is at the forefront of these positive and proactive global developments. Current technologies, using surprisingly simple processes similar to nature's own, can convert anything and everything that is carbon based to energy. For example, almost any waste can be used as a clean, reliable source of energy.
MPCEE can now bring you the technology to give you your carbon free cities, towns and villages. If you have a project, whether it is country wide or local, we can develop it with you, whatever the feedstock, and, if necessary, arrange for funding as well!
In a world where landfill space is shrinking and millions of tons of waste are generated daily, MPCEE can provide economic and environmentally sound solutions to convert the liabilities of waste into assets. Cost effective waste minimisation is a valuable investment, with rapid payback.
For municipal solid waste (MSW) in particular, many techniques are now obsolete. New multifunctional technologies are available that can manage waste more economically, more efficiently, more sustainably and with more tangible benefits; one machine can replace many and turn nearly all waste into materials that can be reused.
The life of landfill sites can be extended, the volume of waste reduced, odours and bacteria eliminated, costs reduced, stringent environmental safety and quality standards met and exceeded and profit created from conversion to energy and creation of resalable products. Solutions can be engineered or configured to suit a multitude of problems, situations and requirements and this is where MPCEE can help.
In a global context, the major and minor players of the world are now looking seriously at renewable, sustainable and alternative energies, as a means to protect our fragile environment and natural resources. Seeking new technology and adapting present ones to produce energy and other value added end products, such as fertiliser, in a sustainable manner, has become a priority. A major part of MPCEE’s activities is devoted to waste and resource management, including sourcing technologies for treating and converting organic waste. The importance of the recycling and treatment of organic wastes can be found in the international requirement to have safe, secure and clean technology in the methods used.
With more and more emphasis being placed upon the importance of recycling, MPCEE can advise, for instance, on complete solutions for the automatic handling of drums and containers, to enable you to take advantage of new business opportunities in the growing market of waste management and recycled and resalable by-products. Please take a moment to read further to understand what these systems, including cryogenics, can offer you and your clients.
MPCEE can assist specific industries in the economic reduction of sludge and slurries using dewatering, drying and desalination technologies, where past technology has been unable.
To allow for the multitude of different industrial uses that differing technologies can be used for, it is important that you tell MPCEE what you are looking for. Thereafter, it is possible to discuss in detail which technology is best suited and the economics for building and operating it. This is particularly relevant because of recent changes/amendments to environmental legislation and regulation covering contaminated land, waste management and IPPC. MPCEE will discuss with potential end users and others, the viable economical possibilities for dealing with and disposing of sludge and slurries from their operational environments.
It may well be that one type of technology may not be suitable for the operational environment that it is intended for. However, in order that MPCEE may present the right technology for these needs, information is required to identify, for example, quantities of wet tonnes per annum to pass through the technology, the percentage solids required, along with operating costs for current disposal etc.
As the ramification of introducing new technology will also affect all operations, where there is a need to substantially reduce the capital and operating costs associated with the disposal of the sludge and slurries, a pre-feasibility study will be necessary in this process of identification, based on the answers to a series of questions. The link below will take you to the questions page, which lists suggested information:
The following links will give you examples of technology that can be used and adapted to the particular processes functioning at your plant:
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