What will Australia’s Waste to Energy Future look like?

CHANGES in government policy in recent years have created renewed interest in generating energy from waste. Australia is now considered, both domestically and internationally, to be a potential growth market. However, due to the continent’s unique conditions, it is widely understood that this market will develop differently to other parts of the world.

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Generating power from solid plant biomass

INTEC GMK has developed power plants which produce electricity from solid plant biomass. The ECOCAL-modules are based on the Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) process, which uses the operation of turbines to generate power.

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Turning old tyres into raw materials

EVER since they were invented more than 100 years ago end-of-life car and truck tyres have been a blight on the environment because until now there has been no means found to effectively and profitably recycle them.

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Reducing need for non-renewable energy sources

WASTE-TO-ENERGY (WTE) is the process of creating energy from waste which in Australia is typically sent to a big hole in the ground - landfill. Most WTE methods generate electricity through incineration and there are about 800 thermal WTE facilities that are fully operational and considered an integral part of the global waste management solution throughout Europe, Asia and North America.

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