International Alternative Energy Corp. (IAEC) is aware of the devastating condition of our planet earth. The impact of various ecological problems nowadays greatly contribute to the environment’s deterioration and world’s weakening economy, not to mention the adverse effects of these environmental problems to human health and livelihood.
With these immense environmental and socio-economic problems, we and our affiliates take on the responsibility in making a difference by providing green solutions towards sustainability and improvement of our planet earth. We believe that by protecting the environment, we build a safer, cleaner, and greener world for the future generations where they can enjoy a life of sustainability.
We are continuously working with the government, business organizations, and individuals to make use of today’s information and green technology in developing green solutions for waste management and energy production. We endeavor to create a more sustainable world through different environmental causes including the development of renewable energy, promotion of green technologies, and involvement in ecological projects with individuals, investors, organizations, and governments.
Worldwide, many landfills are now approaching their limit. However, due to environmental restrictions, zoning laws, and other regulatory bureaucratic delays, very few new landfills are opening to offset the looming space crisis. Meanwhile, municipal waste continues to flow in greater volume. With more waste created daily, landfills are facing a capacity crisis.
For most, the garbage crisis is limited to its collection. As long as the mounds of garbage are removed, it is a problem out of sight and out of mind. But the crisis continues—environmentally, socially—as an unceasing tidal wave of refuse overwhelms the metropolis. In the absence of a functional system of waste reduction, reuse, recycling, and disposal, local governments cope the best they can.
This recycled product will meet two critical needs:
1. It will give municipalities a feasible and cost effective alternative to land filling the waste, and
2. It will help meet the growing demand for alternate sustainable fuels
The recycled waste will be targeted toward recycling and reintroducing the products back into the markets, while the non-recyclables will be targeted into the manufacturing of Refuse Derived Fuels (RDFs).
IAEC is entering a niche market in that the current landfill space can no longer sustain the growing amount of waste being produced by the average city. Waste has not been recycled on any sizeable scale in the Philippines. The systems are a unique and viable concept that addresses the needs of various cities and reaches an untapped market with tremendous growth potential.
One of the most attractive aspects is that the business is projected to attain a strong cash position and achieve profitability in the first year of operation. Due to a large need for these products and services and a lack of direct competition our projection of quick profitability becomes highly attainable.
Our in-depth research pertaining to Refuse Derived Fuels from MSW, its characteristics, and its many potential uses is well-advanced in the waste-to-energy market. The concept has been tested on a small scale and the results, upon analysis, were found to be high quality RDF, diesel fuel and fertilizer.
IAEC’s research will be an ongoing process. One particular area of interest is the possibility of qualifying the product as a sustainable coal-comparable fuel. In this case, the profitability of the product nearly doubles.
The organization has created a leadership forum across all renewable energy sectors, building a greater sense of common purpose, developing a better understanding about renewable energy issues, initiating national outreach about going green and the benefits of deploying the power plant that takes garbage of almost any kind and creates a clean, green, renewable energy and a zero land fill philosophy.
This will be achieved by deploying the technology that consumes Municipal Solid Waste and provides electricity and other usable by-products like RDFs and bio- fuels whenever and wherever required as long as there is garbage available.
Consuming the stored energy from garbage is free because people don't want it and can't wait for it to be taken away. There are millions and millions of metric tons of this garbage available either daily or by harvesting existing landfills.
Garbage is one of the major challenges modern world is facing today. Every year billions tons of waste are generated and these amounts are rising steadily. In spite of the reasonably successful 3R strategy (Reduce-Recover-Recycle) to reduce landfill volumes, there are still significant quantities of waste to be disposed.
The garbage business is lucrative. Over P3.54 billion is spent annually on waste collection and disposal. Yet despite the amount of money in the system, it does not function in a safe, sustainable way. The garbage crisis is real, serious, and poses even grave threats to public health if not resolved. The root causes of the problems are not technical or financial, but rather relate to governance and political will. We owe it to the next generation to resolve this crisis now.
IAEC has sparked the creation of a cleaner tomorrow by implementing a zero landfill philosophy in the waste to energy market. By collecting, recycling and segregating the Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) from its contracted cities, IAEC is able to maximize the potential of the MSW and convert it into usable fuels and other related by-products.