Solid Waste Management
Managing solid waste effectively requires a full understanding of the waste, the alternatives available, and the sources of the waste (private and public customers).
How we do it: we first characterize the composition and current management of solid waste. After characterizing the waste, we help the responsible agency optimize waste handling, first through waste prevention techniques, then by looking at materials recovery and recycling, composting, waste-to-energy, and landfilling alternatives.
What does it include: cost assessments, market analyses, environmental and site assessments, and recommendations for technology and implementation.
Waste to Energy
Effective sustainable solid waste management is of great importance both for people’s health and for environmental protection.
Daily life activities and industry, generate a significant volume of waste. To face future problems in waste management, as well as securing the demand for renewable energy, it is necessary to reuse the wasted resources in energy production. Waste to energy technology is typically a blend between proven methodologies and the application of emerging technology. These projects require solid feedstock supply, bankable offtake agreements, confidence in plant performance, appropriate technology selection, project planning and demonstrated ability to construct and operate the facility.
Water Reuse and Desalination
A typical reverse osmosis seawater desalination plant scheme showing input/output and different stages of treatment. Note that boron control involves a second RO stage (BWRO), which also produces brine with a low TDS (< 3000 mg/l).
Our experiences for solutions and consultancy in this field include but not limited to the following:
- Desalination plant projects feasibility study capital and unit costs.
- Brine discharge analysis and modeling.
- Fieldwork measurement and mentoring can be done plus possible experiments.
- Water management and different solutions.
- Analysis and modeling for a different kind of industrial flow.
- Discharge control to receiving and its mixing for possible environmental impacts minimization.
Life Cycle Assessment
Sustainable waste treatment planning is a difficult task due to the availability of different waste treatment facilities, their technological and environmental performance, and diverse markets for recovered energy and materials. However, life cycle assessment (LCA) tool was proven as a successful tool applied to perform an environmental evaluation of the proposed integrated waste management options.
How we do it: we provide lifecycle services that track and identify the true costs and environmental impacts of products for our customers, revealing areas where improvements and cost reductions are needed to maximize company incomes and minimize environmental problems, our LCA studies follow international standards in this field.
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We can assist you in designing an innovative solution tailored to your specific requirements.