Matthews’ waste to energy plant can do exactly that
Most companies tend to view efficient waste disposal as one of the necessities of a modern environmentally responsible life, and probably a costly necessity at that. The cost of purchasing a waste incineration system and then on-going operating expenses involved can be more than significant. Yet that needn’t necessarily be the case because in addition to effectively and ethically disposing of a whole range of waste materials Matthews’ modern and advanced waste to energy plant can efficiently convert the substantial volume of heat generated by the combustion process into a valuable cost-saving resource. Or, depending on the amount of waste being incinerated, it can even generate considerable levels of electricity that can then be used as a ‘free’ on-site power source or even sold (at a substantial profit) to an off-site electricity grid provider.
Matthews’ waste to energy plant is becoming more and more popular as firms, authorities and other commercial organisations continue to seek new ways of reducing costs without compromising their waste disposal and environmental responsibilities.
When you think about it, a waste to energy plant makes total sense. After all, you are paying to generate the heat that is required to efficiently and compliantly dispose of waste material, so rather than simply emit the exhausts as waste heat into the atmosphere via the chimney, why shouldn’t you harness it in order to create a valuable, re-usable resource?
A Matthews’ waste to energy plant can – depending on the volume of waste to be incinerated and the amount of heat required to complete this process – generate substantial amounts of Steam, Hot Water or Hot Air.
Again, depending on your own on-site requirements, these valuable by-products of the combustion process can then be used as ‘free’ space heating, process heating and frequently as useful power and heat facilities for a wide range of different production processes.
If the incineration process is sufficient quantity, Matthews’ waste to energy plant can be used to generate significant amounts of electricity that provide positive payback rewards.
Waste to energy plants can include waste incineration, pet cremation and human cremation systems and today more and more of our customers across all these sectors are now actively exploring the hugely appealing financial and environmental opportunities that are now available.
If you would like to discuss the possibilities that waste to energy could offer your organisation then please do not hesitate to contact us. You can call us on +44 (0)161 337 4488. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can also send us an online message using the form that can be found on our Contact page.