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The Fuels

One of the key benefits of OE Gasification is that the system is designed to provide a constant energy output (BTU/hr) with a variable waste (ie fuel) input.

The mix can come from a variety of sources, and have a moisture content of up to 60% by weight.

The patented control system maintains constant energy output even with variations in fuel characteristics (mix, calorific value, moisture).


Fuel Types

• Sorted Municipal waste (Organic Waste, sewage sludge)

• Agricultural waste (manure, biomass)

• Industrial process waste (animal, biomass, wood, paper, organic material)

• Other hydrocarbon-rich substances


The OE Gasification solution can both solve a waste problem and ensure a required level of energy output by combining low-calorie waste with energy-rich fuels. The Fuel Composition impacts such diverse areas as the energy output, the exhaust air emission quality, and the ash volume and quality.


Processing Waste as Energy

Waste is...

Produced…by industry, offices and residences, then treated according to normal regulations.
Transported…to a facility for processing, near or beside the gasification plant.
Sorted…at source or in a Transfer Station, according to criteria and prepared for gasification:

    • Separate recyclables, hazardous waste, large non-combustible items, and other items not fit for gasification. (Rotational drum and magnetic separation implements are some of the tools used in this process.)
    • Waste is then mechanically sorted and shredded;
    • Waste is baled, placed in other containers for transport and storage.

Stored, Transported…the prepared waste is brought to the gasification plant

Gasified…with low emissions, low ash,
for energy production using the SK1000 gasification module.