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Did you know?…If the typical household consumption of 10.7 mWh per year was generated by biomass fuel, it would eliminate the burning of 10,766 pounds of coal.
Of (Waste Conversion) is simple, Garbage is collected and with minimal sorting is converted to a pelletized form of condensed matter which is then converted to an energy source and can be used to produce Electricity without adding pollutants to the environment like burning or the incineration process.
Biomass is produced when organic wastes like trees, wood waste, and agricultural residues – decay. This waste can be converted to fuel through combustion for the generation of electricity.
The approximately 2000 contaminated municipal landfills in the United States represent a monumental financial problem. Over $100 billion will be needed to clean them up. At the same time, leaving the task to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is likely to add expense and delay to the cleanup effort for years to come unless we act NOW!
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