Waste to energy is focused on the thermal conversion of common trash in an oxygen starved medium to produce synthesis gas that is very similar to methane. CES has designed waste handling systems with off the shelf components to produce electrical power for military and civilian applications.
With the field of Energy leaping forward in the direction of renewable sources, new theories and implementations of past ideas must be approached with new eyes. CES engineers have reevaluated old designs and integrated new technologies to produce the most advanced and sensibly designed implementations of waste to energy systems using the latest turbine generator powered by syngas. This designs promote renewable energy systems to take advantage of non-fossil fuel sources.
Waste to energy effectively consumes 85% of the waste stream to reduce the strain on landfills and the dependence on traditional power generating fossil fuels to provide green based power that is derived from renewable sources, including ordinary waste products and is not dependent on daylight or weather conditions.