Energy Alternatives

Energy may be derived from waste streams generally in the form of fuel which may be converted to steam, electricity and chilled water.  These products may be sold directly to energy consumers or in the case of electricity, introduced directly onto the electrical grid.  Steam and chilled water have also historically been used for district heating in large and small cities, universities and smaller communities.  Waste converted into energy is an effective energy solution to nearby energy consumers in a cogeneration application.

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