"The PTDR-100 provides generators with a best available treatment technology, deployed at their own sites, that is cost-effective, technologically and environmentally superior to any other available methods," said Jose Capote, PEAT Chief Technical Officer. "Using a PTDR-100 system allows waste generators to minimize liability issues associated with the transportation of waste streams along with potentially generating some carbon credits along the way."
Wastes processed through a PTDR-100 system typically see high volume (over 200 to 1) and weight (over 10 to 1) reductions in conjunction with a high destruction and removal efficiency of organic materials (greater than 99.9999%).
Throughout February and March, PEAT successfully processed a combination of waste streams (individually and co-mingled), including biomedical wastes, dye intermediates, various pharmaceutical industry wastes, distillation bottoms and municipal wastes over a continuous period to complete the commissioning validation tests and collect operational data that will be valuable assets for obtaining any and all future regulatory approvals.
"This technology is truly amazing," said Atul B. Buch, President of the Ankleshwar Industries Association in Gujarat, India, responsible for providing PEAT with the access to the facility site. "It destroys any and all toxic material and there is no secondary pollution. We are excited about its commercial prospects as this system can help all kinds of companies and hospitals address their current waste issues."
The PTDR technology has received numerous approvals from various regulatory agencies throughout the world, including it being listed as an approved Alternative Medical Waste Treatment Technology by the California Department of Public Health and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.
"This is another tremendous step forward for plasma technology as a
whole," said Dr. C.B. U
|SOURCE PEAT International, Inc.|
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