Commercially Operational Waste-to-Energy Facilities
Recycling Waste into Clean Synthetic Gas for Generators
Environmentally Sustainable Alternative to Landfills and Incineration
Reducing Climate Change Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Producing Clean Renewable Energy
Every 100,000 Tons of Garbage Diverted from Landfill Equals ~ 1.5 Million Tons of GHG Not Going into the Atmosphere.
Every 100,000 Tons of Garbage Processed into Syngas Fuel for Generating Power Produces 7.5 MW of Clean Renewable Power to the Grid.
Our Waste Resources Processing Facilities Increase Recycling of Marketable Materials.
Our Facilities Enable the Closure of Active Landfills, Which Represent ~ 5% of Canada's GHG Emissions.
Landfill Methane GHG Are 25 Times More Harmful than Automotive CO2 Emissions (Environment Canada).
Fourth State Energy HazMat Facility
Processing all types of hazardous waste, including:
Incineration fly ash and bottom ash (FABA)
Contaminated sludges or sediments
Contaminated site materials like mine tailings
Medical and Pharmaceutical waste
Facility development timeline of 20 to 24 months.
Creating The Fourth State of Matter – Plasma
The FSE hazardous waste processing furnaces use plasma torches to create a molten slurry of hazardous materials at very high temperatures, which neutralize contaminants. The remediated molten slag is released into bins to initially cool, and then tipped out to air cool into rock. The molten glass-like rock is then broken up and can be recycled and sold as civil construction material for roadbed, rail beds, etc.
- No hazardous generational legacy as in a landfill.
- Clean sustainable remediation of incineration ashes.
- Full-circle, environmentally sustainable remediation.
- Safeguards our planet for future generations.
What is Plasma?
“Fourth state” of matter
Ionized gas at a high temperature capable of conducting electrical current
Lightning is an example from nature