Waste-to-energy (WtE) also know as energy-from-waste (EfW) is electricity and/or heat that is generated from the primary treatment of waste and processed into a renewable fuel source. Commodities such as methane, methanol, ethanol or synthetic fuels are the combustable fuels that are produced from WtE’s processed through combustion.
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Waste-to-Energy incineration is the sustainable alternative to Fort Smith landfills for waste disposal. Waste-to-Energy is not the incineration used in the past. Modern waste-to-energy plants divert municipal solid waste intended for Fort Smith landfills and using sustainable combustable processes, generate energy that can be used as electricity for homes and businesses or other forms of energy to use in large industries.
Because of the efficient process of eliminating methane from landfills, which NASA scientists have identified as super-emitters of methane (a greenhouse gas that is 84 times more potent as a climate-warming gas than CO₂), WtE is widely considered as our best hope for reducing and reversing greenhouse gases and our adverse contributions to climate change.
Hazmat, Inc. is the Fort Smith trusted provider of sustainable positive energy solutions and it's part of our Environmental, Social Governance plan. We take universal waste destine to the landfill and redirect it to a processing facility to be processed into usable positive energy.
Types of properties and business’s that can benefit from a Waste-to-energy program.
Although any company can benefit utilizing a waste-to-energy company, large producers of waste can utilize the programs potential with more effectively.
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Hazmat, Inc. has more than 30 years of experience in hazardous waste management and emergency response services and provides a wide range of recycling, treatment and disposal options for all hazardous and regulated waste streams (RCRA and Non-RCRA). We handle hazardous and non-hazardous waste liquids, solids, and sludge. Our specialty service department includes chemists, industrial hygienists, engineers and geologists that can provide regulatory guidance and help you choose the best practices for the management of your waste.
We've been in business for over 30 years and its because of the hard work and loyalty of our workforce. When you partner with us, you'll receive the absolutely best service the industry has to offer.