Zero Emissions Waste Optimization Plant

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WHAT DOES WASTE COST YOU?
  • Capital cost
    • Trucks
    • Containers
    • Maintenance Yards
  • Financing
    • Debt
    • Lost Opportunity Cost
  • Fuel Cost
  • Labor Cost
  • Insurance
  • Repair & Maintenance
  • Processing
    • Recycling
    • Composting
    • Anaerobic Digestors
    • Waste to Energy
    • Gasification
    • Incineration
    • Landfills
The Financial Cost of Current Solid Waste Management Practices. Residential Commercial
Industrial
  • Emissions from collection/transport vehicles
  • Emissions from compost
  • Emissions from waste to energy
  • Emissions from gasifiers
  • Emissions from incinerators/burning
  • Emissions from landfills
    • Green house gases
    • Leachate/ground water contamination
  • Wasted Resources
The
Environmental
Costs of
Current Solid
Waste
Management
Practices
LET YOUR
WASTE PAY FOR
ITSELF!
Projects
  • Municipal Solid Waste processed 100% into commodities
  • Placed back into domestic market
  • Increase Net Exports
    • Reduce dependency on external imports
    • new products shipped out
  • Reduce harvesting of new resources both domestically and internationally
    • Reduction in need of mined resources
    • Reduction in need of fossil fuel extraction
  • Aluminum recycling is far less expensive and energy-intensive than creating new aluminum
  • Glass recycling uses less energy than manufacturing glass from sand, lime and soda.
The Circular Economy
all things manufactured should be made in such a way that they can be later dismantled and recreated into a final end product once the original product has lost its usability to the consumer

Zero Emissions Waste Optimization Plant™


  • Compilation and innovation of existing technologies and systems from around the world
  • Allows for one container waste collection
  • Abandon recycling/separation programs
  • Abandon compost program
  • Abandon transfer stations
  • No emission, odor free plant allows local placement
  • Single truck pick up comes straight to local plant
  • Separates carbonaceous waste from non-carbon waste
  • Non-carbon waste separated into metals, glass and gravels
  • Continuous homogeneous Carbon waste stream separated into three distinct carbon chains constituting gas, liquid and solid carbon molecules allowing for further scrubbing and separation of contaminants like Sulphur
  • Politicians (Federal, State, Municipal)
    • Meet 2015 International Climate Change Agreements
    • Initiate circular economy
    • Reduce need for certain imports
    • Increase export commodities
    • Support development of privately capitalized infrastructure
      • approximately $300 Million USD per plant CAPEX (serves over one million people)
    • Support new waste processing jobs
    • No Net job loss, everyone that was employed in the waste management sector under the old system at least gets a chance at employment, including waste pickers
  • Government Administrators
    • Get out of waste management business
    • Reduce operating budgets, we pay you
    • Convert municipal solid waste to asset rather than liability
  • Taxpayers/Ratepayers
    • Eliminate cost of waste produced at your home or business
    • Eliminate landfills and incinerators from your communities
  • Existing Waste Contractors
    • Possible to mine existing landfills as feed-stock for Z.E.W.O.P.TM (new revenue stream)
    • Partnerships for long term waste concessions
    • reduced operating costs for transporters as plants are locally placed to reduce CO2 footprint
What's In It For Me?