Waste-To-Power Plants Global Net By Green Power Inc.

Green Power Inc. (USA) is to begin construction of a number of municipal solid waste to fuel plants for clients worldwide. The company has the technology to turn municipal solid waste (MSW) into synthetic liquid fuel and electricity. It pronounced to manufacture equipment potent enough to convert 100 tons of garbage into 12,000 gallons of diesel fuel at as low as 78 cents a gallon. Past September the EPA backed Green Power and reversed the claim of the Ecology Department of Washington state on the inadequate compliance with the air quality regulations. Now, Vietnam, Spain, France, Yugoslavia, and South America, are already anticipating to launch their own Green Power Inc. plants.
Via: inhabitat.com

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