Gasosyn Energy Canada, a Quebec-based firm of consultants and experts in heat transfer and renewable energy, recently introduced a new “made in Quebec” technology called Thermocycling. The process involves transforming Municipal Solid Waste into a synthetic gas called SYNGAS (hydrogen and carbon oxide). SYNGAS is used to replace fossil fuels, such as natural gas, oil or coal, used in steam boilers in major industries for the production of energy. With this process, Gasosyn says 25 tons of MSW can produce up to 25 megawatts of electricity.
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