How Gasification Turns Waste Into Energy
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How Gasification Turns Waste Into Energy

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Turning waste into energy has usually meant incineration – that is, burning our trash. But this method has major environmental drawbacks. Gasification could be … .

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36 thoughts on “How Gasification Turns Waste Into Energy

  1. Why don't places like guinea or West Africa invest in this they need it more than us Canada Europe Southeast and East Asia in the Middle East or Australia New Zealand so obviously Latin America needs it more than other developed regions so somebody explain this what what's up with the Latin America and Africa why can't they handle this or even South Asia?

  2. Another demand user is natural gas. Many gas suppliers to residential and industrial users of gas to heat are now facing a slow death as gas boilers (and the NG demand) as well as any future extensions of gas pipelines are banned. Heat pumps are the likely winner yet NG power plants are also facing carbon taxes and many governments are now stalling on any new gas power plant developments. So less demand for NG at utility scale (and heavy price competition vs residential). Offering Syngas as an alternative NG source and adding more and more of this to their fuel source offers a message of methane offsetting and "green" syngas much like good ethanol added to petrol and diesel. Hydrogen demand is only going to go up and ethanol has an existing demand where farmers cannot meet demand or we need them to switch back to arrable crops for human consumption. Whats missing now is clean hydrogen, ethanol not made on good land, syngas in volume and drastically cutting methane slip from what is a massive natural gas network leaking from well head to gas cooker at home and everywhere in between lots of which is in hard to access underground piping.

  3. Bro these people don't do research they are talking about old incinerators plants not new one's the new one's Control odor and dust some even remove or reduce dramatically the amount of harmful gases release to the atmosphere

    Government should really upgrade instead of being cheap 😒

  4. Isn't that a tiny bit misleading?
    In Amsterdam, incineration plants filter fumes, releasing in the air only pure steam (which isn't great I agree), they recuperate all metals, salts are given to cities for winter snow and ashes reused in making concrete/asphalt. They generate electricity and and use a water heating system to recuperate excess heat then heating >100,000 houses. The non recyclable 1% is disposed in a safe way.
    Gasification is good but they should mention that the fuel created (for example) will be burnt in cars. In the end we end up with more fumes in the atmosphere…

  5. Amazing idea to turn waste into syngas // given the amount of waste being generated at increasing rates worldwide!
    I like recycling more, but this idea can help to move petrochemical oil away from transportation energy (diesel & gas)
    With bio gases, syngas & other renewable feedstock driven productions, we can continually powered society endlessly
    Waste to biofuels the main idea, methanol & biodiesel & ethanol & bio gasoline & green hydrogen!

    I really want to use solar energy to convert sea water to hydrogen & oxygen using electrolysis, on a barge in the ocean
    I am futzing around with a small electrolytic sell in some glass jars nickel plating & copper plating stainless steel
    I have a small HHO generator to make H2 & O2 gas from water as my next build (ongoing) the fuel to melt copper scrap wires in a small ceramic crucible cast into a small graphite block to make recovered copper ingots that are compact. I get the scrap wire from e-waste dropped off where I work. I don't collect much, but I find it fun to capture copper from waste streams 🙂 aluminum too! More fun with that up next too

  6. Just one minor detail… the product that can be turned into "stone" and then can be used in construction… is highly toxic… at this moment it is being mixed in the tarmec industrie. Witch then offcourse will go back into the environment by simply driving over it… offcourse, that make more sense economicaly. The other alternative is storing it untill science found a solution to make it harmless and give it other uses… but that cost money…

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