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Tire Recycling Systems
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario – EWS installed the TR900 Pilot Plant at the Ellsin Environmental facilty in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. EWS will work with the Ellsin facility to continue developing and improving the tire system’s design and operation. To view pictures of the installation on the Ellsin website click on the following link TR900 Photos.
Wastewater Sterilization Systems
Beltsville, Maryland – EWS installed the F6000 at the USDA APHIS ARS Germplasm Biological Quarantine facility. The USDA studies plant diseases and all of the high containment effluent is sterilized by the FS-6000. The FS-6000 is designed to process 2,000 US gallons per shift or up to 10,000 US gallons per day. EWS works with the USDA on an ongoing basis.
Chicago, Illinois – EWS installed the FS-POD at Abbott Labs in the Chicago area. The FS-POD sterilizes the effluents from one of their research laboratories and can process up to 200 gallons of effluent per day.
Food Sterilization System
Shipboard Application, UK – An arm of the UK Ministry of Defence commissioned EWS to design and build a system for the sterilization of food waste onboard naval vessels. EWS delivered the FD-20 as a prototype and test system to meet their requirements.
Extensive testing has been performed, and the results show treated waste can be stored for over 90 days without any production of fermentation gases.
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Medical Waste Systems
Liverpool, England – EWS installed and commissioned the EWS MD-1000 in Liverpool, UK. The system was upgraded from a standard off gas treatment system utilizing a thermal oxidizer to a turbine gas treatment and energy recovery system. The MD-1000 system passed Environmental Testing Report Synopsis (509.2 KB) all testing required required for environmental approvals.
The Liverpool installation features two 30 kW micro turbines which process off-gases to co-generate electricity. The electrical production helps to reduce operating costs and improves energy efficiency. An optional energy recovery unit would provide energy for heating and cooling of the entire facility.
The micro turbine feature also eliminated the need for a stack or chimney as normal venting met all environmental standards.Click here to see Liverpool test results (509.2 KB)