NGRN Establishes Location for Waste to Energy Platforms in Florida
New Green Technologies has established the location for its waste to energy platforms to be shown, marketed and run in a location in Palm Harbor, Florida.
The company has received the 15-ton mobile semi-trailer mounted unit, which is positioned to run separate feed stocks to create oil, biofuels and gas. As well, the location will house New Green Technologies’s (NGRN’s) plasma pilot plant and technology for waste liquid to energy uses.
The catalytic activated vacuum distillation (CAVD) technology under NGRN was developed to take bio and other waste, and convert it to biofuel and gas without burning it. NGRN’s 15-ton mobile semi-trailer mounted unit (CAVD 1) is being positioned in the Tampa area to run separate feed stocks.
The company will operate CAVD 1 at the Palm Harbor, Florida location with joint venture partners to prove out the output models of energy from set amounts of feed stocks. Each CAVD plant is projected to be based upon a base 48-ton throughput of the waste.
NGRN said that it has a strategic relation with an electrical generation company to turn all of the gas into electricity for its own use at the plant, or offtake under a power purchase agreement with the local grid, or for use by the partner at the location with the feedstock.