Biomass

In order to create renewable energy, we need fuel, and that fuel comes in the form of various types of organic material called Biomass. Biomass is all around us in many forms, here are some of the more common forms we use to make renewable energy:

Food

Large institutions (hospitals, hotels, supermarkets, sporting complexes), Food and Beverage manufacturers (both packaged and unpackaged materials - bulk products, liquid and non liquid), Fats/Oils/Greases.

Some examples of food materials: fruits, vegetables, meats, seafood, beverages, sugar based products, dairy, coffee, and many others.

Agriculture

Manure's from livestock such as dairy cattle, hogs, chickens, and waste from crops can all be used as sources of biomass.

Municipal Wastewater Biosolids

Local wastewater treatment plants are facing a problem of managing the residual materials, called biosolids, that these plants produce. Current management of biosolids is an issue, and in some cases, requires costly upgrades which can cost taxpayers millions of dollars.

Industrial Residual Materials

Some materials that don't contain prohibited chemicals, such as pulp from paper mills, can be an ideal biomass source.

Contact us to see whether your material is suitable for our system.