Municipal Solid Waste Conversion to Energy By


This proposal is intended for medium and large municipalities

City wastes, that are costly to dispose, are handled in the most environmental friendly manner on the site to generate electricity and produce fertilizer and construction material.

This unit uses Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), even garbage with as low as 800 Kcal/Kg and moisture content of up to 50%.

Click here to see an overview of the plant and its animation.

The raw garbage is turned into RDF (Refused Derived Fuel) pellet. The pellets together with 30% auxiliary fuels such as gas, coal, rice husk, etc., at our specially designed boiler, produces heat for steam turbine to run electric generator.

With a new invention in MSW Processing, the shredded and wet garbage will be converted to a new product "RDF Coke" with max. 10% moisture. The moisture is separated with some organic content and from that methane gas is produced. This mini processing plant requires 0.5MW, two sheds 30x70 meters. With a low initial investment we can process 100T/D garbage and produce 30 T/D "RDF Coke".

Considering saving landfill costs, negative cost of fuel, income generated by using the by-product and bottom ash as fertilizer and environmental advantages, every major city must have at least one of these processing plants.

For "Costs Benefits Analysis" click here.