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Plastics = Fuel

November 29th, 2011

The upsurge of concern about pollution caused by plastics has led to great dialogue with waste handlers around the world. The multi-million tonnes of bottle caps, containers, retired fish nets and other non-recyclable plastics are ideal for clean conversion to fuel via the BOS technology. After recycling it makes sense not to send these harmful [...]

New alliances bring projects to life

October 31st, 2011

The WTEC team are delighted to be working diligently with strategic partners in our core markets. These include Energy Gap in the UK; EPC’s such as Mace, Worley Parsons, Costain and Parsons Brinckerhoff. We’re also working with Cadence, Revlon and Canada’s Export Development Corporation (EDC) and others for project financing solutions.

An Agile platform

September 20th, 2011

The BOS technology that WTEC deploys and operates is unique in being an agile system for cleanly converting waste into valuable energy. Unlike more rigid systems BOS can be adapted in a decentralized model for:
- variable waste characteristics
- variable moisture characteristics
- batch system with variable number of trains
- variable configuration – e.g. one power island [...]

WtEC to clean Russian toxic sites

July 7th, 2011

Dzerzhinsk, Russia – Toxic sea to be cleaned – energy produced.
The federally appointed agency responsible for cleaning and remediating two of the world’s most toxic sites chooses a Canadian solution. In a landmark decision the Dzerzhinsk Chemical Cluster has committed to a multi-year remediation and waste to energy agreement with Waste to Energy Canada.
WTEC has [...]

Waste to Energy = strategic energy certainty

April 13th, 2011

We’ve been involved with numerous national, regional and local policy makers in recent months and there’s a common thread.  All seek to solve waste disposal and pollution issues, and some are seeing waste to energy as part of their strategy to achieve strategic energy supply certainty. This means WTE is being placed alongside solar, wind [...]

Luxury Resort Deploys WTEC H20 Equipment

January 17th, 2011

After extensive consultations with the WTEC team the ultra-luxury wilderness retreat of Clayoquot Wilderness Resort has announced it’s deployment of an H20 Innovations innovative waste water treatment plant. The resort is located in the World Heritage Site of Clayoquot Sound on Vancouver Island’s rugged west coast, close to Tofino and has been at the forefront [...]


November 3rd, 2010

WTEC and Quebec-based EMISPEC’s history of working together has taken a further step as our teams work on a series of waste to energy facilities for industry, municipalities and government installations. 
EMISPEC partners with WtEC to bring waste to energy to reality and characterizes energy profiles for industrial sites, conducts feasibility studies, designs thermochemical conversion [...]

Waste Stream Characterization – Panama

October 19th, 2010

The WTEC team were active in Panama recently. The research crew completed our comprehensive Waste Stream Characterization Study as a component of the Preliminary Engineering Design Study for one of four new BOS Waste to Energy facilities.
The week-long study samples a waste stream by extracting feedstock samples from non-duplicating loads from non-duplicated collection routes. Each [...]

What waste?

July 30th, 2010

We are frequently asked what waste BOS and COR systems can convert in to useful energy. While unsorted municipal waste is the most common feedstock, BOS™ systems handle a diverse range of waste streams including municipal, commercial, medical, construction, demolition, Haz Mat, liquid, tires, treated sewage sludge, animal/fish remains, flare gas, industrial and process waste, [...]

Waste to energy building momentum

July 15th, 2010

Momentum is building in the waste to energy sector and our team’s are active in the global waste-to-energy market which is expected to reach US$28.8 billion by 2015.
Waste-to-Energy technology such as the BOS and COR systems are genuinely sustainable and a cost-efficient method of converting waste into energy -  we are emerging as a key [...]

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