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  1. 1. { } Waste-to-Energy
  2. 2. { } Sustainable Social, Economic, and Environmental Solutions
  3. 3. { } Por t f olio Solut ion s Manufacturing Innovative Buildings C o n c re t e Sustainable | Reliable I n f r a s t r u c t u re Modern Coatings Lighting E n v i ro n m e n t a l | Efficient IT Energy Empowering | Renewable
  4. 4. { } S t rat egic Object ive s ‣ In teg ra t e t h e s e t r a n s fo r m a t i ve , environm e n t a l ly b e n e f i c i a l , s o c i a l ly re s p o n s i b l e technologi e s t o fo r m a si n g l e , c o m p re h e n s i ve developme n t s o l u t i o n . ‣ S cal e this t o t a l s o l u t i o n fo r u s e by a f u l l r a n g e of clients , l i c e n s e e s , a n d j o i n t - ve n t u re p a r t n e r s . ‣ Deliver fl e x i b l e , c u s t o m i z e d s o l u t i o n s t o m e e t the uniqu e n e e d s o f e a c h p ro j e c t .
  5. 5. { } Missio n Apply th e m o s t t r a n s fo r m a t i ve a n d ve r s a t i l e t echno logies in t h e wo r l d t o b u i l d t h e wo r l d ’s m o s t s ta te-of-the - a r t, e nv i ro n m e n t a l ly s u s t a i n a b l e , a n d a f fo rd a b l e c o m mu n i t i e s .
  6. 6. HSAD Renewable Energy Organic Waste to Energy
  7. 7. Renewable Energy ‣ The world is in need of reliable, renewable energy, today, to preserve our planet’s dwindling resources. ‣ As a hedge and protection against theharm devastating social and environmental of rising oil and gas prices, we must investment in proven, dependable energy sources that can be renewed by natural means.
  8. 8. Pollution ‣ Organic waste is an immense potential energy reserve, yet it fills the world’s growing landfills - wasting space, money, and resources. ‣ Investment in a feasible, large-scale organic waste recycler is essential to addressing the serious economic, health, and environmental challenges that await us in the 21st Century.
  9. 9. Anaerobic Digestion ‣ Anaerobic Digestion is the ultimate renewable energy solution because it addresses the pollution and power problems simultaneously. ‣ Anaerobic digestion is a proven technology that has been used commercially for many decades - primarily used for the treatment of wastewater and sewage sludge. ‣ However, leading digesters can treat on average only 2-10% solid content in the feedstock, limiting their ability to operate at a large, commercial level. ‣ Anaerobic digestion leads over other forms of waste-to- energy methods such as landfill gas sequestration because of reliability and output.
  10. 10. About HSAD ‣ HSAD = High Solids Anaerobic Digestion ‣ HSAD istechnology developed in partnership with a dramatic improvement upon existing digester the US Government. ‣ Creating a revolutionary renewable energy and waste control technology that converts a wide variety of organic wastes into Electricity, Biogas, and Organic Fertilizer with high efficiency. ‣ HSAD is a breakthrough in terms of facility design, eligible waste feedstock, output quantity, and reliability of production.
  11. 11. Competing Systems Higher solid content digesters are in commercial use in Europe processing municipal waste and industrial solid waste Advantages over other Digesters Higher temperature operation Higher solids content Lower residence times Higher methane production More eligible feedstocks
  12. 12. Electricity Production Floor Sorting Biogas may be flared in emergency Raw Solid Organics Waste Agricultural Engine/Generator Application Hammermill Liquid Fertilizer Biogas Biogas Compost Storage Screw Press Biogas Compost HSAD Reactor Sludge Sludge Storage Compost Storage Feed Tank Solid waste is Digester feed is converted to Screw press separates sorted, fed through biogas in high-solids digester. digested material into liquid a hammermill and Biogas goes to engine or fertilizer and compost. Both then mixed. generator for conversion to products are useful for electricity. direct land application. HSAD Process
  13. 13. HSAD Outputs ‣ Biogas, about 60 to 70% methane with the balance primarily CO2. This biogas can be fed directly into a boiler to replace high priced natural gas, used to fuel a generator to make electricity, upgraded to pipeline quality natural gas or compressed natural gas for vehicles, or converted to methanol. ‣ Slurry called “digestate” that is between 10 and 20% solids. This material is pathogen-free and has the slow release properties of organic fertilizer. The compost can be reinserted into the process through combustion in a gas flame and increase production by upwards of 15%
  14. 14. High Solids Anaerobic Digester
  15. 15. Revenue Generating ‣ Waste disposal tipping fees ‣ Biogas and/or electricity sales ‣ Compost and fertilizer sales ‣ Sale of renewable energy certificates ‣ Sale of carbon credits
  16. 16. HSAD Advantages ‣ Ability to process organic waste streams with solids content of up to 45%. ‣ 100% destruction of fecal coli form and virtually pathogen-free output. ‣ High methane output. ‣ Small plant footprint allowing low cost, high waste conversion rates in a short cycle. ‣ Versatile organic wastepaper and green waste. processed waste, waste feedstock includes food food, animal waste, or ‣ HSAD begins producing can takewithin a matter of hours, as compared to energy competing systems that weeks. ‣ HSAD ispower production biologicalas there is feedstock, there are noand a highly complex process that provides consistent reliable - as long shortages, outages, or blackouts.
  17. 17. Facility Design ‣ HSAD employs a proprietary system design that provides many advantages in itself. ‣ HSAD can digest a far higher solid content than competing digesters, requiring less water to be added to the feedstock thus reducing the physical footprint of the facility itself. ‣ This allows lower initial and operating costs and a higher waste conversion in a shorter cycle.
  18. 18. Facility Design
  19. 19. Eligible Feedstock ‣ HSAD has perfected the art of training the digesting bacteria to convert virtually any organic waste into energy - a tremendous advantage in terms of project location and tipping fee options. ‣ Eligible feedstocks include: Processed Food Waste* Waste Food Animal Waste Human Waste* Paper, Green, and Yard Waste Volatile Fatty Acids* Gum Byproducts from Glycerin production* Compost (burned in gas flame) * denotes feedstocks currently ineligible with other digester systems
  20. 20. Requirements ‣ An HSAD facility work best in communities producing at least 100 tons of organic waste per day. ‣ The facility can become self sufficient in terms of power production. ‣ The facility would only need access to waste and to attach the generator to the nearest grid and/or distribute the biogas it creates.
  21. 21. System Feeder
  22. 22. { } A bou t SEE C Tec hno lo gies ‣ Vi sion. We see the nee d fo r d eve l o p m e n t t o b e So cially e quitable , Econom ic a l ly s o u n d , a n d Environmentally responsi ble . ‣ Access. We have built t h e ro a d s t o m a ke t h i s po ssible , by being the a ssig n e e o f r i g h t s t o t h e s e te c hnol ogie s. ‣ Value . We offer exclusive a n d p re fe rre d a c c e s s to this ve r tically integr at ed c o l l e c t i o n o f revo luti onar y technologies. ‣ Innovati on. We are c o nst a n t ly g row i n g t h e ne twork and quality of t e ch n o l o g i e s ow n e d a n d rep resente d.