Live Demonstration of ModuCORE from February 3 – February 5, 2016

Converting Wet Waste (up to 80% water) efficiently and cost effectively into energy! A new and truly disruptive technology The patented GIPO system from Sustainable Waste Power Systems, Inc.   You are invited to attend a demonstration of the GIPO System GIPO is a modular system that can convert any wet waste stream to energy.  Its ideal feedstock is a waste stream of between 60% and 80% moisture.  The immediate by-product of the stand alone system is a synthetic gas that runs the system and steam that can be used as an heat source. The resulting ash content representing less than 5% of the waste stream is readily disposable without any environment limitations.  With add on modules GIPO can also provide: HVAC capability Electric power generation by use of off the shelf turbines Potable and grey water The system is ideal for processing any wet waste such as animal farm waste, distillery waste, and food waste.  It is also capable of processing other forms of waste that have a high water content. Test verified by the Earth Engineer Center at City College of New York under the direction of Dr. Marco Castaldi, one of the nation’s leading experts in gasification, confirm that GIPO is at least four times (4X) more efficient than any other system for the conversion of wet waste to energy.         The Event The Demonstrations will be held over three days, Wednesday February 3rd, Thursday February 4th and Friday February 5th. There will be two sessions each of those days; one held at 1:00 pm and the other at 3:00 pm. The demonstrations will be held at: LoDolce Machine Company 196 Malden Turnpike Saugerties New York 12477 Click Here for the Location Please reserve your spot at a session by Clicking Here. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you see you there!! The GIPO Technology Sustainable Waste Power System are the pioneers in the thermal conversion of wet waste into clean and efficient energy.  We have invented and developed the world’s only on-site modular system capable of processing feedstock with a moisture content between 60% and 80%. ModuCore is the groundbreaking product that boasts the highest wet waste thermal conversion efficiency in the world due to our patented Garbage In/Power Out or GIPO, technology.  The GIPO process eliminates the need to pre-dry biomass for energy production.The ModuCore is a compact, continuous feed system that utilizes the entrained water to beneficially conserve, recycle and reclaim energy.  The system converts the carbon in the waste material into a high quality Synthesis Fuel for use within the system, while reclaiming at least 75% of that energy for beneficial use by your facility.Built within an ISO standard 40′ hi-cube shipping container, the system meets all over the highway transportation and shipping requirements and is easily transported and installed. The ModuCore GIPOplant – On-site waste to energy...

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ModuCORE’s Testing Shows Strong Results

On August 26th, 2015, Sustainable Waste Power Systems (SWPS) and the Earth Engineering Center at City College of New York (EEC_CCNY) conducted initial performance testing of the GIPOplant system.  The successful operation demonstrated strong results even when running the system at low process reactor temperatures. After some modifications, SWPS expects to operate the system at the upper range of temperatures which should improve the results. However, even at this non-optimal range, the testing proves that the GIPOplant is the most thermally efficient wet waste conversion technology available.  Ongoing testing and modifications will only improve this result! The test was conducted using a corn slurry feedstock, containing 86-88% water content by weight.  Key performance indicators from this initial test include: Overall Thermal Efficiency of 67% (!!!) Carbon conversion efficiency of 61.3%, Fuel Conversion Efficiency of 56% Solid mass reduction of 82% (!!!) Synthetic Fuel Gas energy content of 345 BTU/scf Fuel Gas Comp. Mol % H2 30.37 O2 0.91 N2 5.55 CH4 11.25 CO 11.19 CO2 34.77 C2H4 5.18 C2H6 0.32 C2H2 0.45 TOTAL 100.00 SWPS is happy to publish these results and has available the report from the Earth Engineering Center to those who email us at Contact@SWPS-inc.com.   Watch for updates on the website as more data becomes...

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Sustainable Waste Power Systems Presents ModuCore at the 2015 Emerson Exchange

Sustainable Waste Power Systems showcased the ModuCore system at the Emerson Global Users Exchange Conference, held October 12th to October 16th in Denver, Colorado.   SWPS joined other leading organizations in presenting solutions to complex control issues and problems. The conference provided a first-hand look at a wide range of innovation automation technology and solutions through a series of over 300 workshops. Emerson Global Users Exchange is a non-profit organization chartered to provide a forum for the open exchange of non-proprietary information among the users and Emerson Process Management with an emphasis on the enabling technologies and the solutions and services of Emerson Process Management. Along with account manager, Chris Sneath from Control Associates, Chief Technology Officer, Michael Gillespie presented the ModuCore onsite waste to energy system and the control methodologies and solutions to various design criteria and objectives.  The workshops were well attended with representatives from the paper manufacturing, craft brewer, wastewater treatment, oil and gas industries as well as process engineering consultants.  According to Chris Gillespie, President and CEO of SWPS, “Presenting at the Emerson Global Users Exchange gives us the opportunity to showcase our GIPO technology to a very sophisticated and diverse audience.”...

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First Test Run of ModuCORE a Success

http://gipoplant.com/WPROOT/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/June-9-Run-V2.mp4   ModuCORE had its first successful test run on June 9, 2015. The feedstock used for the test run was cracked corn with 80% water. The syn-fuel produced from wet gasification of the corn contained 44% Hydrogen, 29% Carbon Dioxide, 16% Carbon Monoxide, 10% Methane and 1% other hydrocarbons. you can view the results of the test run on gipoplant.com or visit...

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START-UP NY Helps Power Up Waste-to-Energy Venture

The research foundation at SUNY Ulster recently published an article about the technology solutions provided by Sustainable Waste Power Systems and how the business aligns perfectly with the requirements of the university. Sustainable Waste Power Systems would be partnering with SUNY Ulster to provide support for their their renewable energy,veterans’, and STEM programs.The company plans to create at least 38 more positions, and would try to fill many of those with talent from SUNY Ulster. Sustainable Waste Power Systems would like to work with the vocational-technical area within the college to find different types of technicians, and with the engineering and STEM group for some other positions. The company also intends on hiring more veterans. Sustainable Waste Power Systems is also planning to work with SUNY Ulster for developing social media marketing campaign. Click here to read the full...

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Sustainable Waste Power Systems to work alongside SUNY Ulster

Sustainable Waste Power Systems held an introductory presentation with SUNY Ulster on February 18, 2015. This session was organized by the Darlene L. Pfeiffer Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at SUNY Ulster. Mr. Chris Gillespie, CEO represented Sustainable Waste Power Systems at the event. The team talked about the company and the GIPO technology. The session was highly interactive with students actively engaging in insightful discussion with the team. SWPS would be participating in the internship program at SUNY Ulster. The students would also help in developing and maintaining the company’s presence on the various social media networks. For more details about the activities and efforts taken by the Darlene L. Pfeiffer Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at SUNY Ulster, please visit their homepage at https://www.sunyulster.edu/economic_development/business_services/center_for_entrepreneurial_studies.php or visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/PfeifferCenter To read more about SUNY Ulster please visit,...

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