WASTE TO ENERGY
WASTE TO ENERGY is an important issue on our projects since we are building on Islands. Every project will have its own self-contained Waste to Energy system incorporated in the project. These waisted to energy systems will be utilized to convert waste from our project into fuel which will then be utilized for production concrete for our own future developments saving huge cost, as well as many other fuels requirements. This SRF fuel will be a set-a side for WorldGate Community International project with various cement producers like Lehigh Cement Company LLC. in Pennsylvania. SRF (Solid Recovered Fuel) is a fuel produced by shredding and dehydrating solid waste, typically consisting of combustible components of municipal solid waste (MSW) such as;
Biodegradable waste; food and kitchen waste, green waste, paper.
Recyclable material; paper; glass, bottles, cans, metals, certain plastics, fabrics, clothes, etc.
Inert waste; construction and demolition waste; dirt, rocks, debris.
Composite wastes; waste clothing, Tetra-Packs, waste plastics such as toys, garden furniture etc.
WorldGate Community International will work with world leaders who have developed a remarkable number of solutions in the fields of both waste management and production of alternative fuels with a special focus on providing the highest standards of health and safety and minimizing the impact on the surrounding and on the environment. Such a process of continuous improvement in research and design has led to grow in many key players worldwide in providing proprietary these technologies. Developing, experimenting , improving and implementing the results obtained in the day by day operations of our licensed facilities. This is what for HVCC means by Investing in research and development.
Another program which will be very beneficial to our SPONSORED ISLANDS is our TIRES TO ENERGY program. In America, Americans discard about 240 million tires annually, about one per person, most of which end up in landfills. We also dispose of 1.3 million gallons of used oil, about 5 gallons per person, with 30 percent being dumped into landfills, on the ground or down sewers. A typical tire contains as many British thermal units (Btu) of energy as two and one-half gallons of gasoline. To use these re-sources, scrap tires and used oil are being converted to energy sources through the tire liquefaction process. WorldGate Community Puerto Rico will build work with the world leaders like Texaco's tire liquefaction process to build, run and manage along with technician for great employment.