Innova has developed a unique, fully integrated, energy from waste solution utilising gasification technology. Our plant design is both small-scale and modular, enabling it to be deployed across existing operating sites such as local waste transfer stations or skip operators, whilst also being flexible enough to provide bespoke solutions to local waste streams and local consumers of energy.
Our solution promises to be effective at processing a broad scope of waste types from plastic and black bin waste, with the modular design enabling the plant scale to reflect forecast waste volumes. Furthermore, the design and experience of our existing pilot project seeks to mitigate planning permitting risks for future sites, enabling delivery of solutions to clients in a timely manner.
Environmental benefits of this technology
The potential carbon savings and environmental benefits of our wider proposition include:
Utilisation of energy generated for a range of industrial, commercial and energy clients.
Safe treatment of otherwise potentially hazardous waste products.
Reduction in waste transportation carbon-mileage due to co-location with waste sources or treatment sites.
Lower reliance on landfill sites for disposal of waste.
The solution produces heat that can be used for a variety of drying applications, tailored to specific customer needs
A pilot project was commissioned in late 2021 near Wareham, Dorset, consisting of fully integrated, automated and monitored ‘end to end’ design utilising the gasification and drying units.
Following the initial project development stages Low Carbon Dorset in 2020, funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), has provided a grant to cover certain equipment, machinery and consultant costs specifically in relation to exploring the opportunity to the utilise surplus heat generated during the gasification process. This funding has supported the further detailed development and resolution of a number of technical aspects associated with this aspect of the pilot project. Low Carbon Dorset seeks to help businesses, community, and public sector organisations in Dorset, Bournemouth and Poole improve energy efficiency, increase use of renewable energy, and aid the development of new low carbon products
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