Shredded_solid_wasteEven in smaller cities and suburbs, a significant portion of solid waste generated in the world originates from commercial and institutional activities.  Unlike residential waste streams which are primarily handled by municipalities, the private sector usually collects and handles commercial material.  The EPA notes that American industrial facilities generate and dispose of approximately 7.6 billion tons of industrial solid waste each year.

800px-Sawdust_waste_from_millThis large sum of waste is comprised of numerous types and categories, such as organic chemicals, inorganic chemicals, primary iron and steel, plastics and resin manufacturing, stone, clay, glass and concrete, pulp and paper, food and kindred products.  As the world’s resources are further stretched and concerns for the protection of the environment grow ever larger, a great deal of focus is shifted to the effective management of waste streams due to increased regulations and the substantial cost savings achievable with the proper approach.

Sustainable Waste Power Systems’ (SWPS) GIPO technology has revolutionized industrial waste stream processing in industries that produce wet carbon based waste.  Wet carbon based waste is notorious for the difficulty in processing due to a number of factors such as water toxicity, environmental concerns with byproducts, and the energy expenditure necessary to effectively process a wet waste stream.

SWPS has developed a number of different products that efficiently take any wet based carbon stream, convert it to pure water, ash, hydrogen, and hydrocarbons, and use the hydrogen and hydrocarbons to produce heat or supply the energy needed to run the waste conversion process.

Below are Sustainable Waste Power Systems’ offerings for the industrial industry utilizing our GIPO technology: