Plasma gasification of waste can generate almost 8-10 times as much energy per unit of waste, than the energy required to destroy the waste.

The plasma gasification process converts each ton of solid waste into clean synthesis gas (EnergoGas) that produces a net of electricity. The resulting EnergoGas is rich in energy and is used to operate internal combustion engines that generate electricity.

The gasified product contains carbon monoxide, hydrogen and tars together with unreacted carbon. This gas is refined into a cleaner, lighter EnergoGas. Process air and plasma heat are combined with the EnergoGas and the plasma heat is adjusted to maintain the desired process conditions. All long chain hydrocarbons are destroyed in the process. The quality of the EnergoGas is controlled by varying the amount of high carbon level waste combined with municipal solid waste and by varying the amount of process air. The resulting EnergoGas is sent to a recuperator to heat process air and then to a heat recovery steam generation unit where heat is recovered for the generation of electricity. After the heat recovery unit, the gas is sent through an additional filtration system where the gas is cooled and cleaned of particulates, metals and acid components before it is combusted to generate electricity.

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