Global Water Engineering (GWE)
Global Water Engineering (GWE) Articles
Making a compelling case for proven clean energy biotechnology
One of the largest ever GWE RAPTOR anaerobic biological transformation energy crop/ waste-to-energy plants is being installed by clean energy specialists Organic Power, at its new green energy facility in Vega Baja, Puerto Rico. When fully operational in mid-2018, it will produce 2.055MWe, making it one of the largest RAPTOR (Rapid Transformation of Organic Residues) installations worldwide and the latest of a series of more than 200 success...
Waste-to-energy project highlights benefits of biogas
Demonstrating financial and environmental benefits are achievable, locally and globally, an organic-waste-to-energy project in Connecticut USA has begun producing electricity this year, and can convert up to 40,000 tonnes of organic waste annually into environmentally harmonious green energy and dry bio fertiliser.
Green energy produced from waste animal by-products
Some of the world’s most efficient and profitable green energy technologies are being tailored to the needs of the beef, poultry, pork, rendering and stockfeed industries. The high-temperature thermophilic anaerobic digestion technologies, typically operating at 55°C, are part of a combination of processes that digest waste water’s organic content to produce green energy while achieving outstanding waste water effluent discha...