Kisumu generates 500 tonne per day (tpd) of MSW - 200 jobs created for Kisumu , additionally 500 tpd of MSW can be obtained from nearby towns and villages, Landfills and Lake Victoria each day for the new Gasification & Recycling plants, and 2,000 jobs in total for Kenya if twelve plants are built
Fish stocks in Lake Victoria will increase due to dredging of the Lake to remove plastic waste - less Pollution from leachate from Landfills & Plastic waste.
This will stop plastic entering the water and also contamination of
Lake Victoria - 70,000 sq KM and dredge the Lake to help clean it.
Also Enhance Duty-of-Care for the population
Helps prevent pollution and enhances Duty-of-care.
Alset Power Company Inc (USA) are the Developer of this project and haver arranged EPC & Funding partners for Kenya plants
Will build each plant with - Electrical consumption continues to steadily rise all over the world. Meeting these challenges requires cutting-edge products and services
Cleanest Energy generation technology, 45% more efficient than Incineration and also Recycles glass, Metals, Ceramics & Ash
The most professional installation teams work on this project guaranteeing maximum power output, efficient waste handling and monitoring emissions.
Power producers, grid operators, power utilities, industrial companies, and municipalities can manage tasks economically and efficiently
Alset Power Company Inc (USA) will work with current waste collection companies and enhance collection rated throughout Kenya. Each plant will need 500 tonnes per day of MSW
Gasification of waste produces Syngas for electricity production - 45% more efficient than Incineration & 50% less cost
Sustainable Economy in action
In order to collect waste from Kisumu and hopefully soon Kiambu, Nairobi or Mombasa and other towns & villages we will provide 200 Heil Trucks and 1,000 Gas-Powered Rickshaws
Landfill waste will be cleared and used in our new Recycling & Waste-to-Energy plants sited on or close to the Landfill sites in Kisumu and possibly Nairobi & Mombasa.
After years of deposition the % plastic content increases due to organic matter being degraded
The End products of this waste in our Gasification & Recycling plants is energy, glass, ceramics, metal and small amount of ash
The waste entres the Gasification plant without sorting or seperation, all just goes in.
What comes out - Zero waste goes to the landfill sites from our plants as new products are made from the 30 tonnes per day of glass from each plant, ash & ceramics
Circular Economy in action
Renewable Enery - electricity is produced from the cleanest method possible, Gasification with Zero to Landfill
ZERO waste goes back into the landfill sites - 20 tonnes per day from each plant of metals are resold for reuse in manufacture of new products
New products are made such as building concrete blocks for house building or road building material
100% Reuse & Recycling
Rubber is used for electricity production the steel is recycled for new products
100% Reuse & Recycling
Alset Power Company can build greenhouses to grow fresh produce for the local markets. The Tomatoe plants absorb the CO2 and convert it to oxygen, thus making the Zero-Waste power plants 100% earth-friendly and environmentally qualifies for carbon credits internationally.
Kenya and Uganda have some of the world’s most fertile soils. The organic-rich, free-draining, easily-worked top soils have a naturally neutral pH and come in depths of up to 20ft. It’s sunny most of the year, with an average annual temperature of 26C and there are two rainy seasons six months apart that deliver an average rainfall of 31 inches an annum
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