An Analysis of the Value/Funding of a Recycle Facility in your CityAbstract Each city should think of a way in reducing the environmental problem in their respective area.
The government is encouraging the cities to engage into creating recycling facilities. This paper will evaluate a selected recycling facility of a city. Evaluation will consist of looking how effective it is; checking its budgetary concerns and looking at its history or rational in order to check its goals and objectives.Introduction The poor environment around the world is affecting the human kind as it produces certain problems such as food crisis and health problems. Medium and long term solutions are being explored by the national government not only to arrest the deterioration of the people’s socio-economic conditions but more importantly to initiate a path of growth and development. Improper waste disposal, which is the problem of each city in the country, creates negative effects on the life of human beings.
Examples of these negative effects are: serious floods during rainy season, ground water pollution, methane and other noxious gases generation, breeding and harboring of rodents, flies, harmful pests and microorganisms. The city which is under study in this paper was able to transform wastes into productive use instead of waiting for the negative effects of it.CDP (Catalytic Pressure-Less Depolymerization (Oiling)): The New Recycling Facility New crystalline crystals combined with a highly innovative process technology can now allow the competitive production of synthetic oil products directly from residual and biologically regenerating raw materials. Fuels from residual substances and biologically regenerating raw materials represent the future of energy development without the centralized control that exerted by large oil companies exploit the world’s existing fossil fuels. With technologies now becoming available, these synthetic fuels in replace declining oil reserves in the future. Synthetic fuel production is possible because sufficient quantities of raw materials exist to develop deliverable quantities to replace fossil production. These materials include plants, bio-waste products, animal and plant wastes and other organic residues.
A new recycling formulation was necessary that would convert existing hydrocarbons not into methane and coke crystals but into CH(2) and only then in molecule lengths that reduce and bind in a manner that separates unusable pollutants. In essence, the new formulation returns to the natural processes used for hundreds and millions of years where fossilized by-products from the seas settled in suspended clay minerals and ultimately formed fossil fuels such as oil and hydrocarbons. The CPD requires the following in order to effectively function: (1) temperature from 270 to 350; (2) Ion exchange by economic high-tech catalysts; (3) up to 100 percent conversion of crystallized y-catalysts; and (4) a complete system from front to end. The CPD process produces lightweight oil similar to diesel fuel through catalyst reduction at a fraction of the costs associated with existing recycling processes and uses materials to initiate the catalyzing reduction that are available at realistic prices. In order to achieve necessary quality product, development of an engineering plant was necessary that would require low maintenance and offer reliability of high quality diesel fuel production. The CPD is a self-sustaining energy production platform (Green Power Inc.).
This is how it works: The Reactor forms the core of the plant, where the raw material is mixed with powder catalyst. The energy, required for the reaction, is transferred into the materials through a mechanical mixing action, within the circulating liquid of the reactor. The cracking of the carbon-hydrogen-molecule starts, once the reactor reaches its working temperature, of approx. 260 degree Celsius, and where after the generated Diesel-fractions are separated in the distillation column (Green Power Inc.). The construction and operation cost is $ 30, 000, 000.
00. This amount includes the following; (1) architectural and blueprint planning costs; (2) licensing procedures; (3) initial set up costs; (4) training for the plant; (5) operating costs; and (6) marketing costs.R E F E R E N C E S ____________________. Green Power Incorporated: Waste to Fuel, a Future for the World. Retrieved July 9, 2009 from www.cleanenergyprojects.com ________________ (2008). 7 Environmental Problems That Are Worse Than We Thought.
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