I. A. Energy technology has a solution to address both of these problems. We recycle old tires and end of life plastics into high grade fuels . This contributes to the planets goal of zero landfill solutions. We can then use those fuels to run state of the art zero emission generators that can create electricity that can be sold into the national power grid.
In third world countries like the Philippines there is a serious shortage of electricity where power interruptions and black outs are a weekly occurrence.The Philippines currently has a population of over 100 million people. As one of the top emerging markets in Southeast Asia the demand for electricity and fuel has far exceeded the supply. As the Philippines has almost zero domestic oil and gas production therefore almost all fuel products as well as coal that are needed for transportation and running power plants are imported.
I. A. energy state of the art pyrolysis technology converts old tires and end of life plastics into high grade fuel oils.
Manila, Philippines Skyline
"Renewable electricity is not only socially and environmentally responsible but a necessity in many third world countries."
I. A. Energy Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) systems recover waste heatfrom a wide range of small-scale industrial applications and convert it into electricity with zero emissions.
Renewable sustainable electricity is not only environmentally desirable but socially necessary especially for third world countries. One of the biggest problems facing the planet today is the over loading of landfills especially in third world countries.The biggest problems of the landfills is non biodegradable waste like old tires and end of life plastics.
I. A. Energy technology will contribute substantially to the waste management problems of the Philippines as well as supply the much needed electricity and fuels to help sustain the rapid growth of this country.