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    Giving Waste a Second Chance

    Since the creation of mankind, humans have been generating waste. This waste ends buried in landfills. Why to bury profits and promote contamination? In WARM Global, we see WASTE AS RAW MATERIAL.

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    OUR PLANET IS MORE FRAGILE THAN WE THINK.

    Most of the water contamination and greenhouse gas emissions are caused by our own waste and energy generation.

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    Energy Crops

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    Energy crops are grown specifically for the generation of electricity, heat or biofuels in a sustainable way. They don’t affect the availability and prices of food and grow in marginal land leaving the areas dedicated to agriculture untouched.

NOW MORE THAN EVER, WE NEED TO REDUCE OUR CARBON FOOTPRINT.
IT IS TIME TO STEP IN AND DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT.


MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE:

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Known as MSW this type of waste is the main target for researchers around the globe due to the degree of contamination and its impact to the environment and communities near the landfills. The safest and more efficient way of gasifying this material is transforming it to a product called “RDF” ( Refuse Derived Fuel) which is nothing else than grinding, drying and, in some cases, pelletizing this product in order to obtain the high calorific value and density needed for gasification.

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BIOMASS:


Biomass is carbon based and is composed of a mixture of organic molecules containing hydrogen, usually including atoms of oxygen, often nitrogen and also small quantities of other atoms, including alkali, alkaline earth and heavy metals. At the same time other materials like paper and wood pulp waste, slaughterhouse waste, food industry organic effluents (e.g. cheese whey, olive mill wastewater), waste vegetable oils and catering residues are considered as biomass and can be treated through various methods, in different bioenergy processes, in order to produce electricity, thermal energy or automotive fuels..


VIDEO -- Gasification of municipal solid waste in Latin America


Municipal solid waste gasification is a technology tested and implemented commercially developed around the world. Unfortunately, its technical and economic feasibility has been put into question when it is applied in developing countries. It is important to note that a gasification process must be designed according to the characterization of wastes and their economic viability will be possible only if there are three important ingredients: technology, financing and Government support.

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