Trans World Energy L.L.C.
"Powering the World With Clean Energy." ™
Trans World Energy L.L.C. © 2017
Frequently Asked Questions:
Do facilities meet EPA standards?
Yes, our technology exceeds U.S, Japanese, and European EPA requirements.
What types of waste can be processed?
These are the typical types of waste that we can process:
Municipality Solid Wastes (MSW), Manufacturing, Contaminated Sludge, Pharmaceutical, Hospital (including Bio-Hazardous), Chemical, Paints & Solvents, Rubber & Plastic, Contaminated Liquid, Fluid, Grease & Oil, PCB, Computer parts and boards, PVC and Foam, Paper and Cardboard, Wood and Saw Dust, Automotive Parts and Tires, and Construction and Debris(C&D).
What are the benefits of Trans World's waste to energy facilities?
- No local, state, or federal government capital investment; facilities are privately funded
- Eliminates need to increase current landfill or build new landfills
- Potential revenue sharing
- Waste is converted to clean energy and other usable products
What is the difference between Gasification and Incineration?
Incineration usually takes place in a single chamber with a rapid high oxygen combustion process, causing contaminants that need to be removed.
On the contrary, the Gasification process takes place in multiple chambers, with low amounts of oxygen present, significantly minimizing the production of potentially harmful pollutants.
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