Proprietary Waste Conversion Pyrolysis technology
Have you ever thought about what happens to your waste after you threw it away?
The majority of your waste ends up in landfills that expand day by day, devouring cultivated land and coming closer to our homes. Even more alarming is the fact that landfills pose a major threat to our health and environment. Containing large amounts of harmful and toxic impurities, landfills poison the soil and ground water and are themselves a dangerous source of infection. Birds, insects and other animals living in the surrounding environment deliver these infections to us. Moreover, noxious landfill gasses contain methane and contribute to the greenhouse effect.
The incineration plants used in several regions around the world can seriously affect the environment and human health due to high contamination from toxic and even life-threatening impurities in the gases they give off. It has been proven that fly ash, dioxins and heavy metals contained in incineration fumes cause cancer and respiratory diseases and attack the human hormonal axis. The toxic slag created in the process makes over 30% of the initial waste mass and requires special hazardous waste landfills for disposal.