CES Technology has an important role to play in meeting your sustainability goals. Even a small Alvin unit has the capability to eliminate over a half-million pounds of solid waste per year.That’s a four story pyramid with a 10,000 square foot base!
While eliminating waste volume, CES plants are also designed with a focus on maximizing sustainability.Because CES plants can be located at the source of waste production, they eliminate fossil fuel consumption and emissions associated with waste transport. CES plants use and emit no water, eliminating concerns about leaching and groundwater contamination.Even in the most robust programs for waste separation, recycling, and reuse, some waste still finds its way to the landfill.CES plants can eliminate that trip, providing the final link completing thesustainability chain.
CES plants allow heat recovery, transforming the latent energy embedded in organic waste streams intovaluable source of energy.As plants scale in size, they make increasingly sophisticated and efficient methods of energy recovery practical.CES is already working with key partners to incorporate technologies that maximize the efficiency of heat recovery for each CES plant size.