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Inactive landfills generate gases, polluting our environment for many decades, if those gases are freely discharged into the atmosphere or the ground.
According to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), the methane produced by the decomposition of organic matter in
unmanaged landfills is 20 times more effective than carbon dioxide at trapping heat from the sun. Not only does methane get produced by the various forms of rotting organic matter that find their way into landfills, but household cleaning chemicals often make their way here as well. The mixture of chemicals like bleach and ammonia in landfills can produce toxic gases that can significantly impact the quality of air in the vicinity of the landfill.
The management of gasses coming out of these sites is a constant issue that lasts for many decades The rate of landfill gas production varies according to the age of the landfill. The longer a landfill is inactive, the less biogas it tend to produce.
Landfill gases, and the shear amount of landfill waste, can easily ignite a fire. Fires can be difficult to put out and contribute to the pollution of the air and water. The most flammable gas that is most commonly produced by landfills is methane, which is highly combustable.
The environmental problem caused, has now a unique solution!
The Ener-core Power Oxidizer™ (EC), working on low caloric
gases, is the only station that converts the problem into efficient and profitable use.
The EC 250 offers the sole holistic solution with no need of fuel conditioning.
The Ener-core Power Oxidizer™ EC250, not only produce energy from otherwise useless gases, but also literally relieves the atmosphere of any possible pollutants.
The Ener-core Power Oxidizer™ is the integration of an oxidizer system (instead of conventional internal combustion engine) and a FlexEnergy turbine, that creates an electricity and thermal
energy production system with almost zero emissions and a wide range of gas fuels. The EC250 is able to operate on
dilute gas streams with as little as 5% methane content. The EC250 tolerates siloxanes and moisture.