Enexor BioEnergy ("Enexor"), an organic waste to energy company, announced the release of its on-site, small-scale plastics-to-energy technology – the PTE-200™ ("System"), which converts unrecyclable plastics into affordable clean energy (75kW power and 125kW thermal). Enexor's PTE-200™ is modular and scalable, with a rugged design that can be easily installed and monitored in some of the world's most remote locations.
On a mission to help solve the world's organic and plastic waste problem, Enexor is developing systems that take into account the most impoverished communities in the world – those struggling with energy poverty and a rampant plastic waste problem.
The System is another innovative solution by Enexor to help close the circular economy loop by deriving value from waste. The PTE-200's™ design is built for installation near the source of plastic pollution, removing unrecyclable plastics from the waste stream entering rivers and oceans, and ultimately providing 24/7 continuous power critical to remote communities.
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"The majority of the world's plastic pollution is located where the most disadvantaged people in the world live. These areas are also the most energy-deprived," said Lee Jestings, Founder and CEO of Enexor. "Our PTE-200™ systems can be installed where they are needed the most – at the convergence of plastic waste and energy impoverished communities. No one solution is going to solve this problem overnight, but we believe the PTE-200™ is another viable resource to help solve this growing problem."
Additional applications for the PTE-200™ include converting residual, unrecyclable plastic waste from material recycling facilities and industrial waste applications into clean energy.
"As a company, we are committed to developing sustainable and small-scale organic waste to energy systems that help solve two important problems – energy poverty and plastic pollution – to make an essential social impact one community at a time."
Enexor's PTE-200™ distributed energy system will commence installations in Q3 starting in Latin America and Asia.
Source: Enexor Bioenergy
Date: Feb 17, 2020
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