Waste from crops, such as corn stover (i.e. stalks, leaves and cobs), or energy crops, like sorghum or trees, can be grown, harvested and processed for use as a fuel for our energy systems. This is commonly referred to as biomass.

Waste tires, both passenger and truck tires, can be shredded to a nominal 2” minus tire chip, free from most of its wire content, and used as a high energy homogenious fuel for our energy systems. This type of fuel is known as Tire Derived Fuel (TDF).

Waste typically sent to landfills can have the recyclable and intert materials removed, such as metals, rocks, glass, dirt, and ceramics) while the remaining carbon-based material can be shredded and densified. The processed MSW is known as Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF), which can be used as a fuel in our energy systems.

Waste from chickens, cows and pigs can be collected separately. In some cases the material must be dried and then processed before it can be used as a fuel for our energy systems.

Solid waste from water treatment plants (i.e. sewer sludge) is as much as 80-90% water. This material must be dried, using a thermal drying device (such as one powered by the waste heat produced by our energy systems) to process the solids content into a fuel that can be used for our energy systems.

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Renewable Energy SolutionsRenewable Power Holdings Incorporated (RPH) is an international company that uses thermal gasification, bio-digestion and other technologies to convert renewable fuel sources into clean energy. We build, own and operate (and build, operate and transfer) renewable energy facilities that ultimately help reduce the global consumption of fossil fuels. Our systems are safe, cost-effective, long-term solutions to waste disposal and clean energy generation.

What can be converted to renewable energy?

Here’s a partial list:

  • Biomass (agricultural waste)
  • Waste Tires
  • Animal waste
  • Municipal solid waste (MSW)
  • Municipal sewer sludge (MSS)

Our waste conversion systems turn these materials into efficient, eco-friendly energy. Another eco-advantage: Carbon based waste streams provide renewable resource fuels for our conversion systems that help reduce landfill volume, animal waste run-off and the ozone-depleting gas methane.