Rotting waste and decomposing plastic parts are releasing more and more greenhouse gases such as the dangerous methane.
Methane is a highly effective greenhouse gas.
But that is not all what we have to take into consideration if we think about rotting waste.
Methane is full combustible with sufficient oxigen and the combustion is a multiple step reaction:
Now, despite all our concerns about the carbon dioxide that could be made usable all over the world, the focus should be on the greenhouse potential of methane, because it is already possible today to filter and store CO2 and to convert it into synthetic fuel, for example, or to supply it to plants in greenhouses.
A lot of companies worldwide are working on great CO2 solutions and they need for the development of new technologies the support of the politicals and the financial markets.
Is carbon dioxide our biggest problem?
Over a period of 100 years, methane's global warming potential is about 30 times higher than that of the same weight of carbon dioxide.
Not only the atmosphere, also soil and groundwater are extremely polluted or even contaminated with any number of different pollutants.The incineration of waste can contribute to the preservation of the environment.
The demand for small and medium-sized plants is high, but unfortunately often no financial leeway is available.
We offer with an engineering licence fully or partly a basic model with a nominal combustion capacity of up to 400 kg/hour.
Waste is a danger of epidemics and we really have had enough of that!
Other interesting information:
Technology for a better future
ZANNI-Verbrennungsrost für alle Abfallarten
VERBRENNUNGSROST-SR10S 202020000952.pdf (1.82MB)
ZANNI combustion grate fact sheets
ZANNI Verbrennungsrost Fakten
ZANNI combustion grate for sewage sludge incineration
SEWAGE SLUDGE.pdf (3.33MB)
ZANNI Verbrennungsrost für Klärschlammverbrennung
Mid-sized incineration plants as an example of a sustainable investment
Download: Example of a modern Mid-sized stationary combustion plant.pdf (248.48KB)
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