The EnviroGreen Energy Process

We process what other recycling plants are incapable of processing and also processes what other systems normally reject once their process is complete.

Once the EnviroGreen plant receives the communities waste everything is put in for carbon conversion. Carbon conversion is a low temperature decomposition process that breaks down anything that is made of a carbon compound base and converts it to gas. The energy in this gas is released later to generate electricity, power air conditioning or central heat systems, capture water from the atmosphere and provide heat to our aquaponic greenhouse subsystem. Anything that is not carbon, like aluminum cans, copper wire or glass bottles remain in their original form, only sanitized. All these resources are ready for recycling after the thermal decomposition cycle is finished.

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