Every city or industrial community must deal with its growing waste and
pollution control challenges in proactive manner. Consideration of energy and
Pollution control has become a way of life for the economic and political
survival of many communities. Every Cities in India today is facing a
challenge of how to deal with the issue of solid waste disposal and
minimization in the most efficient and productive manner. The amount of solid
waste that is generated is growing in exponentially for each city. Solid waste
is increased as the population and standard of living increase which place
added demand on power production.
The purpose and main objective of our proposal is to show that in most
countries; especially where energy costs are high, municipal solid waste (MSW)
can be used as a source of energy, producing electricity and steam. MSW as
generated contains valuable materials that are partially recycled as they
travel form development source to their final destination which is converted
to energy. The recycled MSW is organic and as fuel is called “Refuse Derived
Fuel (RDF).” The heat value of RDF varies depending upon its composition,
moisture content and consistency.
Shreenath International offers a practical solution in an integrated method
offering material separation for recycling portion of waste and conversion of
the balance to useful energy and electricity. The environmentally approved
solid waste to energy system along with a number of technologies available to
convert trash or refuse to heat or electricity for small or large communities.
They are MSW or mass burn, pyrolysis or gasification and palletizing. The
Bio-Fuel Engineering and Technology Group offers a number of design
alternatives depending on the facilities refuse capacity, power generation
potential and site requirements. SIC and our partners will be offered complete
with pollution control and emission monitoring systems, which are
The first step in any Waste to Energy design is:
I) To take enough sample of MSW and evaluate the RDF heat value. In countries where
residential garbage disposal are not used, RDF will have as high as 50 percent
moisture and heating value will run from 5000 to 10000 BTU/lb.
II) To evaluate the feasibility of each project, Shreenath International will
perform an economic analysis which will considers all potential cost and will
calculate a conservative Return on Investment. In our initial economic evaluations
for most non-USA sites, we will initially use a value of 4500 BTU/lb. until thermal
values can be more accurately determined.
Requirements for Feasibility Study.The identification of an appropriate contaminated site to receive the
The identification of the installation requirements.
The establishment of design parameters.
The negotiation and establishment of the Power Purchase
Agreement (PPA) with the governing authorities. The PPA must
be     assignable so that it can be use for the collateralized
on the financing.
Agreement covering the contribution of land or the leasing agreement.
If supplementary fuel is to be used, the type of fuel, its source and a
contract for its supply must be procured.
Requisite guarantees and insurance coverage must be committed.
The identification of a work force pool for the operation and staffing of
There are various systems available to manage and control energy
waste. Our associate Gloabtel Convergence-SIC has developed system
that can monitor the energy consumption. We have products
Remote Monitoring System