Proper land fill design and utilization can produce a controlled flow of methane gas that can also be gasified to produce electricity. This design will reduce the pollution of methane gas and therefore be eligible for methane credits (carbon credits) for revenue in addition to the revenue from the generated electrical power. MSA and its investing partners would capture this methane gas, and build the processing electrical plant from their own funds. We will also assist in design of, and the creation of, new landfills that are properly lined to prevent the pollution of the water aquifers, and designed to efficiently and economically produce and maintain the methane gas so it may be used to generate electrical power.

The world is organizing to reduce the pollution from all sources, and is very focused on the pollution from CO2 gases, from methane gases, from land fill waste, from improperly treated human and animal waste, and from industrial chemical pollution. There are a wide variety of financial programs, and carbon credits traded on the commodity markets for the reduction of carbon and methane. Also, certain types of biomass are now being used for the production of Bio-oils for Bio-fuels, (Bio-diesel). Waste can be converted into energy, and energy into money, and this plan can work toward a clean, healthy environment in Africa. The Continent can benefit from the world’s support to reduce pollution, and generate carbon credits.

Pollution reduction

Many African Countries have too much pollution, and not enough electricity. We can reduce the pollution, produce more electricity, produce more fuels, and enhance the soils!

Benefits of converting waste into energy

  • 90% reduction of trash volume
  • Power generation
  • Pollution control

Waste to Energy

Today’s new technology can utilize waste materials to generate electrical power. This power can be produced from land fill waste, from human and animal waste, and from several types of biomass such as wood chips and plant material. These new solutions can be scaled to
produce very large quantities of electrical power (many Megawatts), for large commercial areas, to smaller sub-stations close to the location of the available biomass, and to the area needing service and electrical power. Many African Countries have great quantities of waste matter that could be converted into electrical energy.

Local processing plants

Existing bio mass, wood chips, paper and garbage, auto waste, tires, human waste, and several others, may also be gasified to produce electricity in small localized processing plants. These processes can also clean up existing areas of surface pollution, and can use the human waste, agricultural waste, municipal waste, and some commercial waste to gasify into electrical power.

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