Monday, September 27, 2010

Energy Sustainability and Environmental Conservation

With today’s technology there are quite a lot of ways when it comes to energy generation. But the most commonly used and oldest way is the energy conversion from fossil fuels. However, the impact of fossil fuels to our environment has not been taken seriously for the last decades thus it has created menacing effects to our environment. It was only after experiencing the effects of global warming did the whole world starts taking accord on the matter. And the call towards sustainability and environmental conservation is now a corollary measure that we should all carry out.

What many countries aspire nowadays is to improve the way we consume and generate energy to finally decrease our dependence on fossil fuels particularly on oil. The use of biofuels, researches on science including capturing of energy from yeast and genetically engineered bacteria, and conversion of wastes into green energy has been considered to fight global warming and other environmental problems.

While these are all possible solutions, however the perfect solution that takes along all these regulations is the latest breakthrough on waste management and power generation.

The Biosphere Process™ is a form of gasification wherein it destroys wastes to generate green energy. It works under Zero Waste Philosophy wherein it recycles all feedstocks back into nature or the marketplace in a way that protects both public health and our environment. With this technology our campaign towards energy sustainability and environment conservation is really achievable. Aside from the fact that it eradicates problems brought by wastes, it is also the answer to the growing demand on energy worldwide. A single Biosphere Plant can make electricity continually in 5 MW per hour increments and can recycle up to 720 tons of garbage and destroy up to 172 tons of non-recyclable garbage per day. No wonder the technology is widely used by many countries, such as Unites States, United Kingdom, Germany, Beirut, China, Taiwan, Brazil, Libya, Italy, Canada, West Africa, Singapore, China, Japan, Russia and Canada.



1 comment:

  1. Great topic here.
    Work of many people on this issue of plastic, there are several plastic materials recycling organic-based view. In February, for example, Imperial College London and bioceramic drug polymer biodegradable plastic from sugar derived from the decay of lignocellulosic biomass. There is also an existing plant more corn starch and plastics based on paper, including household goods and food packaging, bioplastics toys, plastic dynamic Cereplast. Metabolix also several lines of plastic products from corn, in cooperation with partner companies.

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