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Plastic pyrolysis: when the waste becomes an energy
Plastic pollution increasingly affects the lands, waterways and oceans, building a large-scale environment problem that needs an urgent response.
When other technologies focus on big, complex waste management systems, Biogreen© brings a compact and local-scale answer to the problem of plastic waste management. Our containerised unit is an modular, easy to install equipment, made to convert the waste plastics into calorific syngas and electricity. By operating in high temperature pyrolysis conditions and using unique, electrically powered Spirajoule© technology, Biogreen© reaches the highest yields of power and turn the waste plastic into valuable resource – creating the sustainable energy just at the place it is needed.
ETIA and Race for Water
We are proud to be chosen by Race for Water Foundation as the technical partner for developing Biogreen solution to valorize plastic into electricity in order to preserve water from plastic pollution.
ETIA is a French engineering company founded in 1989, specializing in industrial innovation in the field of thermal treatment. The orientation of the company from its beginnings has always been the sustainable and circular economy. Thus, ETIA has developed methods of sanitizing food plants to improve public health (steam sterilization of herbs, spices, aromatics …) and processes for the valorization of the inedible parts of these foodstuff in fertilizing product and energy (torrefaction and pyrolysis process).
Today, the company is extending its development to the production of processes for energy recovery of waste and plastic residues in order to convert them into renewable energies that are particularly adapted to delocalized ecosystems (gasification process for the production of electricity, methane and hydrogen ). It is therefore obvious that ETIA wish to associate itself with the RACE FOR WATER foundation to develop industrial and economic solutions that responded both to the threat of pollution of the oceans by plastic waste and to the growing energy demand Islands and coastal cities directly affected by such pollution.