Disposal of municipal, industrial, hospital and toxic waste

Processing is carried out using microwave plasma, with the addition of water vapour at temperatures of 1200-3000 °C without air. This leads to shock heating of the carbonaceous materials above the thermal stability limit of the organic compounds present and brings about their splitting.

The technology performs a rapid thermochemical destruction of the organics, resulting in the formation of carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrogen (H2), the principal combustible components of the gaseous product, called synthesis gas or syngas.

This technology is therefore designed for the conversion of organic substances into combustible gas by thermal decomposition (gasification) with zero environmental impact.

This is followed by the possibility of using the synthetic gas to produce electricity, thermal energy or synthetic fuels.

The main advantage of the proposed technology is the absence of all carbonaceous materials and the oxidation process, i.e. the combustion process, which significantly reduces the possibility of the formation of dangerous pollutants, primarily dioxins, furans and other complex and toxic chemical compounds.