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 We will supply a turn-key waste to diesel fuel system from grinding 

and drying of the input material to end product.  This quotation does not include land cost, 

building cost pre or post handing of product. 

 

 

Plant Capacity: Total plant capacity is estimated at 100 barrels a day of fuel with the optional 

ability to produce 5 MW of Electrical energy produced from RDF, municipal biomass, animal 

byproducts, peat, coal and farm waste. 

production liquid fuels from bio-mass feedstock and the co-generation of 

electricity via heat recapture from the process. 

  

Process

Process begins with a reforming reactor that breaks 

down biomass into Hydrogen (H2) and Carbon Monoxide (CO) which is commonly know as 

syngas. The reactor utilizes thermal (PAG) or non-thermal plasma (BPR) depending on the 

properties of the feedstock for RDF a PAG reactor will be used. Plasmas are classified as 

thermal or non-thermal based on the relative temperatures of the electrons, ions and neutrals. 

Thermal plasmas have electrons and the heavy particles at the same temperature i.e. they are in 

thermal equilibrium with each other. Non thermal plasmas on the other hand have the ions and 

neutrals at a much lower temperature (normally room temperature) whereas electrons are much 

"hotter“thus making non-thermal plasma more chemically reactive. 

 

The H2/CO or syngas is then passed thru a number of filters to reduce any contaminants 

and then cooled in a heat exchanger which generated steam to be used to recapture the energy 

and produce electricity in a steam turbine. 

 

The syngas is then passed into a  reactor and depending on the catalyst is 

converted into  diesel fuel, gasoline, methanol and in the future butanol /power

Totally project viability pay back  is 3 years