The term waste management means the proper and efficient way to dispose solid, liquid and gaseous matter into the environment without causing any serious harm to it. Waste management is done for all forms of matter be it solid, liquid or gas.
The main challenge with waste management is that they are dumped as it is without any proper segregation or in other words the waste are mixed and are present in mixed form.
Here segregation means to separate the waste based on its physical and chemical properties, Physical refers to solid and liquid waste whereas chemical segregation is based on organic and inorganic composition.
Problems that we face usually while managing the waste in India are:-
- Improper waste disposal.
- Mixed waste disposal i.e. organic and inorganic waste combined together.
- Lack of awareness.
- Unprofessional waste handling and its disposal.
Organic Waste Management
Organic waste can be converted into bio gas (methane) through a bio gas digester, It is available in various sizes and shapes to meet the desire of modern corporate facilities.
These digesters can be used to manage waste food from a canteen, mess or restaurant, garden waste, animal dung in a dairy farm or any kind of organic waste anywhere.
These digesters convert very efficiently the organic waste into a substitute to the normal cooking gas cylinder, one can drive his vehicle through this fuel and further it can be used to generate electricity as per the convenience and demand.
Organic sludge thus produced during the above process can be used as organic fertilizers and manure in the farms or corporate gardens to get a wonderful and astonishing result in the yield.
Our Expert Engineers and Environmental Consultants are always ready to help you in developing these environment friendly set ups as per space availability at your premise.
Inorganic Waste Management
Inorganic waste which comprises of plastics (PET , HDPE, LDPE, PS, PP, PVC) etc. can be converted into bio fuel which has high calorific value and they are better substitute to conventional fuel.
Plastic can be turned into a fuel by following two process :-
B. Polycrack technique.
Above process produces fuel, gas and carbon sludge, all the three products are very useful and has high calorific value. The gas produced during the process is used to run the plant processes which cuts down the dependency on electricity and plant operation cost. Last but not the least the carbon sludge obtained during the process is mixed with coal which in turn helps in combustion and to heat the boilers.
We have successfully commissioned more than 15 P2F plants PAN India where plastic waste is converted into useful fuel on per day basis.
You may contact us for more information on P2F project if you have enough plastic waste and you don’t know what to do with it.