My Visit to the Sludge Factory-Ramping up for a Sustained Run

 

Say Hello to the Alternative Power of the Future — Sludge

Peter Longini writes about his visit to the sludge factory in his column “From the Bog”.  Here is the link to read the full story:  http://cranberry.patch.com/articles/my-visit-to-the-sludge-factory

The Company held an informal meeting to go over the N-Viro Fuel™ technology.  The meeting was held to explain how the N-Viro Fuel™ Mobile Energy System works at the recently installed Western Pennsylvania site.  There were eighteen people present and printed handouts describing the process were distributed.  N-Viro International’s new technology for transforming sludge into fuel was called the alternative power of the future by Peter Longini-here’s why.

N-Viro’s biomass-derived fuel, called N-Viro Fuel™,  has physical and chemical characteristics similar to coal.  It is created from municipal biosolids and other organic wastes like manure and pulp and paper sludge. 

The supply of organic wastes have no other competing uses and most often are disposed of without capturing the potential energy.  RATHER THAN DISPOSE — WE TRANSFORM SLUDGE and Use the Available Energy for Alternative Power.

N-Viro Fuel™ captures the heat potential and passes on ammonia, available as a substitute for urea (most often used by coal-fired power plants as an emission control strategy) for NOx removal.    

It is all there- sufficient heat value-available ammonia-proven technology – that is why N-Viro Fuel™ is Today’s Technology for Tomorrow’s Solutions.

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About nvirointernational
N-Viro’s customer-driven solutions allow publically owned wastewater treatment facilities to leverage the strength of the company’s leading-edge processes, which include alternative fuel technology proven to reduce GHG emissions and advanced fertilizer products. Our manufacturing facility is in full scale operation producing considerable volumes of finished materials for a variety of customers.

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