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BACKGROUNDRecognizing the importance of waste management in reducing emissions ofgreenhouse gases, HUMANBE initiates and i...
THE CURRENT STATUS OF WASTE IN FRANCEIn 2007, nearly 5.68 million tonnes of household waste were collected in Ile de Franc...
THE COMPANYThe company we work with, is a company whose devices were invented in 1837,and produce clean electricity with z...
THE FUEL CELLThe fuel cell is an electrochemical device that converts air and hydrogeninto electricity and water. The alka...
LHYDROGÈNEFuel cells produce efficiently and cleanly, electricity and water,through a combination of electrochemical react...
Fuel cells produce electricity and hydrogen with oxygen found in air.The result of thisthe process is water(H20)coming out...
DESTINATIONS FOR WHAT?- Buildings (condominiums, tenants of social or private landlords...)- Public Municipal (schools, le...
A SYSTEM OF ENERGY, WATER AND COMPOST PRODUCTION FROM WASTE
A SYSTEM OF ENERGY, WATER AND COMPOST PRODUCTION FROM WASTE
A SYSTEM OF ENERGY, WATER AND COMPOST PRODUCTION FROM WASTE
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BACKGROUND

Recognizing the importance of waste management in reducing emissions of
greenhouse gases, HUMANBE initiates and implements a system of energy
water and compost production, to help the establishmentof a local management
of waste treatment.

ADVANTAGE
1. Recovery of waste by generating electricity and water
2. Creation of cheap electricity
2. Reduction of the volume of household waste treated by the community, by a source separation
2. Avoid the use of incineration, landfilling and transportation
3. Production of natural compost
4. Awareness of sustainable development by demonstrating the life cycle of organic matter and usefulness of the transformation of waste

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  1. 1. BACKGROUNDRecognizing the importance of waste management in reducing emissions ofgreenhouse gases, HUMANBE initiates and implements a system of energywater and compost production, to help the establishmentof a local managementof waste treatment.ADVANTAGE1. Recovery of waste by generating electricity and water2. Creation of cheap electricity2. Reduction of the volume of household waste treatedby the community, by a source separation2. Avoid the use of incineration, landfilling and transportation3. Production of natural compost4. Awareness of sustainable development by demonstratingthe life cycle of organic matter and usefulness of the transformation of waste
  2. 2. THE CURRENT STATUS OF WASTE IN FRANCEIn 2007, nearly 5.68 million tonnes of household waste were collected in Ile de France,or 492 kg per resident, per year, against 594 kg in France. The overall volume of waste in Parishas decreased Paris at least of 3%, but our kitchen and garden wastes continueto fill half of our trash. In 2008, the weight of household waste in Paris, was still about360 kg per person per year... Although the quantity of household waste collected inIle-de-France remains broadly stable since 2002, it is not the same cost of removal andtreatment. Indeed, the tax garbage collection has increased by 47% between 2000 and 2008.This cannot continue indefinitely to increase by 5 to 6% per year, and regions, to encouragemore efficient sorting, might want to tax, for example, the weight of waste collected, andit will be more expensive in the highly urbanized areas.. So why not just recycle organic waste?They can turn into compost, electricity or water..With compost, you could reduce by 50 and 70 kg per year per person in organic waste.Which is about 1 to 2 tons of organic waste, for 20 to 30 homes...In developing countries,this may correspond to 20 000 tonnes per year for approximately 100 000 inhabitants..
  3. 3. THE COMPANYThe company we work with, is a company whose devices were invented in 1837,and produce clean electricity with zero CO2 emissions. They are the fruit of20 years of research and development in alkaline fuel cells. They havedeveloped a technology of fuel cells that meet the needs of a system called TUS(Total Utility System), which uses all the elements to produce aclean, reliable and cheap energy..The project built small fuel cell units of 50 kW for powering in water and electricity,autonomously 150 houses, simply by the use of waste produced by homes, as it has alreadybeen done for communities like Bequia and Mayreau...DEVELOPMENTOur next-generation of fuel cell uses only cheap materials for performance far superiorto older models. Ready for mass production of devices, they are now available..This project can also be replicated in many cities of developing countries,where waste management is often problematic(20 000 tonnes per year per 100 000 population).
  4. 4. THE FUEL CELLThe fuel cell is an electrochemical device that converts air and hydrogeninto electricity and water. The alkaline fuel cells (AFC) represent the only technologyat low temperature "proven", used as an energy source for all manned spacemissions of the United States and Russia. This technology was invented in 1837.We provide technology RARE MATERIAL WITHOUT AFC (without platinum),a validated design today by almost 20 years of research.The fuel cell system that we are currently producing, is clean,efficient, cheap and produces no emissions of anything.
  5. 5. LHYDROGÈNEFuel cells produce efficiently and cleanly, electricity and water,through a combination of electrochemical reaction of hydrogenand oxygen in the air. Hydrogen is the most common chemicalelement on earth, contained in many sources of natural gas fromorganic waste. It is easy to produce and is a reservoir recognizedtoday as a credible alternative to the foreseeable shortage of hydrocarbons.Hydrogen can be produced from any organic material from eitherhousehold waste, agricultural, sewage or algae. Nothing is more simple..To extract hydrogen, we must transform organic waste into gas, by heating,without burning, in a gasifier. This is the cheapest fuel known to man, becauselike all wastes, you must pay to be rid..
  6. 6. Fuel cells produce electricity and hydrogen with oxygen found in air.The result of thisthe process is water(H20)coming out of the systemaround 90°C.This water can beused for theheating, and being verypure, it can besold for the purposeof pharmaceutical oragri-food industry,per example
  7. 7. DESTINATIONS FOR WHAT?- Buildings (condominiums, tenants of social or private landlords...)- Public Municipal (schools, leisure centers...)- Institutions (government or military buildings....)- Residences, communities...- Places isolated, islands, cruise ships..MATERIALSUnit/Stack or fuel cell power = 50kW for about 30 housesor a large farm.To produce hydrogen fuel, it takes aboutone ton of organic waste or plants per day.Approximate price : 1500 euros per KW300 to 500 00 euros for 1.5 to 2KWHOW IT WORKS ?Simply by gasifying the organic wastes and plant, for converting it into gas and then extracthydrogen from these gases. The gases are separated in a reformer that uses water (H2O)to transform carbon into CO2 and exit the hydrogen used for the fuel cells.
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