Utilizing the latest technologies in material recovery facilities and rotary kiln / cascading bed gasification, and pyrolysis technology. Advantek Energy is seeking to offer municipalities the ultimate recycling solutions... Zero landfill and reliable sustainable electricity generation. We even have the ability to convert scrap tires and plastics into alternative fuel.
With our Rotary gasifiers, downdraft gasifiers and with our partnership with an advanced boiler manufacturer we can offer just about any imaginable size and configuration of any type of biomass to power system. utilizing any wood waste such as sawmill waste, urban tree trimming etc. or from agri waste such as corn stover wheat straw , nut shells etc. Sizes from small homeowner systems of 5 kw to multi MW industrial or municipal systems.
At the end of 2015, the United States had 71 waste-to-energy (WTE) plants that generated electricity in 20 U.S. states, with a total generating capacity of 2.3 gigawatts
Currently biomass covers approximately 10 percent of the global energy supply, of which two-thirds is used in developing countries for cooking and heating. In 2009, about 13 percent of biomass use was consumed for heat and power generation, while the industrial sector consumed 15 percent and transportation 4 percent.
Advantek Energy is ready to discuss Public Private Partnerships with any size municipality to help realize your Zero Landfill and sustainable energy goals.
It is our mission to eliminate the lifelong liability of landfills, we can provide true zero landfill options for any municipality while recovering all recyclable materials and generating sustainable environmentally responsible electricity.
Contact us today to find out how we can help your industry or city to become more environmentally responsible and less dependent on electricity generated with fossil fuels.
Reduce waste, reuse when possible recycle always and eliminate the lifelong liability of landfills . Let Advantek Energy show you how to use what would otherwise be waste into a valuable resource ...sustainable electricity.
Bowling Green, Kentucky, United States