Our Technology

Operating in-line with a Single Stream or Mixed Waste Stream recycling facility, or in parallel with a Source-Separated facility, a LEEP Renewable Energy Recovery Facility efficiently recovers and processes the Wett Organic Biogenic fraction trapped in Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) into a renewable Biogas fuel while recovering the non-biogenic fractions, supporting the current Anaerobic Digestion (AD) initiatives producing fleet transportation fuels from the Wet Biogenic putrescible fraction.,in addition 100% of the high value metals and glass.  Fully 90% of MSW generated may now be repurposed into fuels and useful byproducts, reducing waste discards after recycling to 10% or less.

MSW streams are fractionated into biogenic and non-biogenic fractions while reclaiming up to 100% of the Metals and Glass.  By Agile Engineering these transformational and adaptable fractionating and waste plastic conversion technologies with commercially proven recycling processes, the Wett Biogenic fraction of MSW is converted into a Biogas.  The fractionated non-biogenic Mixed Waste Plastic, recognized as 17% of the volume and 65% of the anthropogenic carbon content of MSW discards, is converted into an engineered aggregate for use in Green Ready Mix Concrete.  Balkrete Aggregates replace scoria, expanded shale, perlite and vermiculite in the lightweight concrete aggregate category, produced locally from sustainable MSW discards.  The finished weight of Ready Mix Concrete drops from 150 pounds per cubic foot to less than 100 pounds per cubic foot, while improving thermal and acoustic performance by 300%.

By removing the non-biogenic Waste Plastic from combustion, gasification, or landfill practice the Patented LEEP Fractionating and Capture methods and Patented Balkrete Aggregate production and Sequestration methods, as additionalities to current recycling practices, are out for review as recognized Carbon Offset Protocols by the American Carbon Registry.  Every ton of plastic removed from the waste stream is the equivalent of 2.7 tons of potential anthropogenic CO2 emissions.

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