Energy can be recovered from waste as:
a. electricity with the stream produced by incineration which is then used to turn the steam turbine,
b. heat in the form of steam which is created through waste incineration, and
c. gas through waste gasification processes.
In general, electricity production with heat distribution is commonly seen. If waste contains too much water to be burnt itself, pretreatment is necessary to reduce its water content.
We have rich experiences in supporting the realization of waste-to-energy projects even if waste contains high H2O content and is hard to burn.
Gas or residues from the incineration process can be hazardous if not treated; however, those pollutants can be detoxified thorugh proper treatment. We have experiences in efficient and economic pollution control plans.