Gasification is a chemical reaction caused by heating material in an oxygen-starved environment, resulting in incomplete combustion that drives off carbon-rich gases. These gasses are then combusted in a thermal oxidizer with the addition of air potentially powering electric generation. An additional by-product can be valuable bio char, depending on the source of input material.
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Gasification provides an array of benefits including:
The ability to turn by-products and out-of-spec materials into revenue streams.
Reducing or eliminating costs now associated with non-product material disposal.
Formulating various grades of Biochar from a variety of fuel sources, with those from animal manures having especially high value.
Greater potential for sale of by-products in more stable form.
Significant reduction of mass of original material decreases transportation costs.
Control over energy production.
Freedom from escalating energy prices and foreign control.
Destruction of odors as part of the gasification process.
Meeting regulatory requirements with an alternative solution.
Halting the release of non-beneficial nutrients to waterways as a result of runoff from farm fields and storage piles.
Protection for a community’s economy that depends on clean air and water.