The Entech-WtGas-RES™ is available to provide up to 100% waste utilisation and landfill diversion via innovative and proven technologies, whereby post-recycled residual waste is converted from its solid phase into a gaseous phase (a methane like gas referred to as “syngas”) for firing to generate renewable energy, or for synthesis into biofuel.
The Entech-WtGas-RES™ is environmentally superior to many of today’s waste management practices and is available to:
The Entech-WtGas-RES™ renewable energy or biofuel attracts premium prices, plus will always be in high demand.
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|The renewable energy or biofuel produced will attract premium prices, plus will always be in high demand. Project financial analyses demonstrate attractive return on investment.||The highly credible Phase II “Conversion Technology Evaluation Report” by the Los Angeles County Solid Waste Management Committee / Task Force rated it as having the lowest gate fee ($/tonne) for any advanced thermal technology (the report written by the International Environment Consultancy URS evaluated over 216 worldwide waste management technologies).|
The Entech-WtGas-RES™ is proven technology with multiple installations that include:
ENTECH™ has vast experience with over 100 commercial installations and in excess of 10,000,000 operational hours, processing over 4,000,000 tonnes of waste. For more information, please visit our Reference Projects page.
The Entech-WtGas-RES™ is world leading technology. This has been attested to in many credible independent and government reports, including:
The Entech-WtGas-RES™ is a technology that has gained wide public support.
An example of community support is technology approval by the public review phase of the “Conversion Technology Evaluation Report” by the Los Angeles County Solid Waste Management Committee / Task Force, (one of the world’s most environmentally sensitive communities), which included community representative groups such as the North Valley Coalition, plus Hacienda Heights Improvement Association, etc.