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Posted by: Jimmy on 6/21/04 Title: The waste to energy plant
Postnum: 252 EntryID:1138
Do anyone know who is the builder of the waste power plant in Brampton, Ontario? And Could anyone tell me there are firms have experience and capability to built and operate one waste power plant in Canada?

Thank you

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Posted by: Marina Guan on 6/22/04 Title: Re: The waste to energy plant
Postnum: 252 EntryID:1141
Hi Jammy,

I am not sure whom the builder is in Brampton, but I am at my initial stage in arranging to build one waste-to-energy plant in Canada. Our firm has no experience or capability yet to build one, but we have already negotiated a deal in Waste-to-energy plant machinery equipments from Chinese Manufacture.

Regards Guan

Posted by: michael magnan on 7/9/04 Title: Re: The waste to energy plant
Postnum: 252 EntryID:1151
our company has an excellent 1MW generator that uses a variety of fuels, including waste methane and flare gas.

mike

Posted by: Michael Magnan on 7/12/04 Title: Re: The waste to energy plant
Postnum: 252 EntryID:1152
Hi Mike: Thank you for your reply. I try to e-mail to you. But it seems not work.We are planning a waste to energy plant. Its output capability of electricity is 37 MW. Is your system able to reach this capability? And I also want to know what kinds of and which brand incinerator you will use.Could I have more detail information about that? Thank you Jimmy

Posted by: Jimmy on 7/12/04 Title: Re: The waste to energy plant
Postnum: 252 EntryID:1153
Hi Mike: Thank you for your reply. I try to e-mail to you. But it seems not work.We are planning a waste to energy plant. Its output capability of electricity is 37 MW. Is your system able to reach this capability? And I also want to know what kinds of and which brand incinerator you will use.Could I have more detail information about that? Thank you Jimmy

Posted by: Dan O'Neill on 10/11/04 Title: Re: The waste to energy plant
Postnum: 252 EntryID:1233
What is the volume and character of you waste fuel supply?

Posted by: Jörg on 1/17/05 Title: Re: The waste to energy plant
Postnum: 252 EntryID:1295
Hi Jimmy, Hi everyone,

I´m an german engineer (freelance) and interested in waste to energy projects in Ontario. Right now I´m working on a WTE plant (50MW elcetrical output, 510.000 t/a household waste) for a major german company in the U.K. So for further information (project description, contact persons, time frame, etc.) I would be grateful.

Thanks Jörg

Posted by: Rowena on 4/22/05 Title: Re: The waste to energy plant
Postnum: 252 EntryID:1365
Hi Marina and hi all,

I live in Vancouver, BC. There is a WTE plant in our nearby municipality, Burnaby since 1988. As in case you don't already know, the technology partner for that plant is Montenay (Onyx)in the States.

How is your project coming along? You mentioned that the machinery is from China. I would imagine that the machinery provider would provide engineering assistance. Back in the 1980's, I was involved in preparing a refuse-fired steam plant proposal for the City of Toronto. I have always been interested in the development of solid waste incineration plants since then.

Regards, Rowena

Posted by: Gideon on 10/16/05 Title: Re: The waste to energy plant
Postnum: 252 EntryID:1490
I am working on putting up WTE in two Africa countries. I am interested in technologies that are environmentally sensitive and can produce more MW, targeting 60MW from household waste and tires.Any recommendations from any proven technology or company? Regards, GideonJimmy wrote:-------------------------------Do anyone know who is the builder of the waste power plant in Brampton, Ontario? And Could anyone tell me there are firms have experience and capability to built and operate one waste power plant in Canada?

Thank you

Posted by: Gideon on 10/16/05 Title: Re: The waste to energy plant
Postnum: 252 EntryID:1491
I am working on putting up WTE in two Africa countries. I am interested in technologies that are environmentally sensitive and can produce more MW, targeting 60MW from household waste and tires.Any recommendations from any proven technology or company? Regards, Gideon

Posted by: Jim on 5/30/06 Title: Re: The waste to energy plant
Postnum: 252 EntryID:1600
Dear Sirs,

We have a system which converts all organic waste into energy ie: Elictrisity, BioDiesel Methonol, Fertilizer, etc.

Posted by: Dan on 7/11/06 Title: Re: The waste to energy plant
Postnum: 252 EntryID:1638
Hi Jimmy, If you are still looking, we have a scalable gasification plant that will take any feedstock, unsorted, and create a Btu rich gas. Scrap tires have a tremendous Btu value. Our emissions profile is well below the new Canada Wide Standards and Ontario Guideline A7. We have several operational plants in the US, and are working on two in Ontario. Dan


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