CGSI and E=TGM2 consortium
CGSI and E=TGM2 consortium
The world of Green Energy, Resource Management and Recycling has been missing a huge sector of development in North America: Waste to Energy. CGSI and our partner E=TGM2 are leading the way for the introduction of proven Waste to Energy Technology.
Waste is an ever-present issue in society. We have the means and the knowledge to make waste a resource and reduce liabilities from the transport and open storage of waste in Landfills.
Our systems utilize Pyrolysis reactions to break down waste into basic molecular components and reform these into a synthetic or "Syn" gas that can then be transformed into heat, electricity or liquid fuels.
Cool Green Solutions and our partners work with all stakeholders to design, engineer, supply and install waste to energy systems that are properly sized to expand as your waste capacity requirements expand, to insure efficient operations and optimum investment return.
Our systems are modular and scalable from small systems that process 3 tons of waste per day - appropriate for small communities and businesses, up to 150 tons per day for larger municipalities and landfill waste operations.
Waste accumulates everyday and municipal solid waste that goes to landfills can be changed from an accumulating liability to a perpetual resource with the deployment of Waste to Energy Systems. Cool Green Solutions Inc. and our business partner E=TGM2 are actively marketing and developing these systems using proven technology to provide our clients with the best operating solutions and financial benefits.
Our systems and solutions are proven in markets the world over, and work on small scales beginning at 3 tons of waste processing per day for small communities, jurisdictions and businesses that produce significant amounts of waste, to larger systems up to 150 tons processing capacity per day that can be grouped together to provide large scale solutions for large urban areas.
Our systems all use Pyrolysis to break down the molecular bonds of materials and reform those molecules into synthetic or "Synthetic" gas. Similar in form to Natural Gas, the sun gas can then be transformed into the following modes of energy:
CGSI and E-TGM2 have the ability to bring in funding partners from the public and government sectors as well as access private financing. We provide turnkey solutions and can provide design and engineering including the processing plant and all required buildings and facilities, or we can supply the plant components individually: we can tailor the solution to your organization's specific requirements.
Please contact us for more information, thank you.
Eric Friesen, EVP/COO: email@example.com
For more information on Waste to Energy Systems, see E=TGM2 at www.egtm2.com
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