Benefits of Waste To Energy Incineration
  • Plant sizes can range from 400 tons to 5,000 tons per day processed. Depending upon plant size, the facility will employ 50 to 500 full-time employees from the local labor market.

  • Incineration plants can be located nearby the towns and cities that they serve. this will result in lower transportation costs in shipping the municipal solid waste to the incineration plant.

  • This can be a fully contained building design, keeping all waste materials and odors contained within the facility, or where climate conditions permit, the incineration plant can be constructed without a building - to offer costs savings.

  • The incineration process will remove tens of thousands tons of waste materials annually that would otherwise be incinerated or landfilled.

  • Plant will generate multiple megawatts of electricity derived from municipal waste materials rather than by consuming fossil fuels such as natural gas, coal or oil.

  • Since municipal solid waste is constantly being produced, incineration of waste is a renewable energy method.

  • Thorough sorting of municipal solid waste to remove recyclables before processing assures greater capture of recyclable materials.

  • Plant will be modular in design with the capability to be constructed to meet the municipal solid waste availability and electrical demand.

  • The material derived from the incineration process is inert and can be sold for use in construction to make concrete.