Green Power Inc Waste to Fuel is now a Reality, to lower down Fuel Prices, achieve higher National Security and diminish Landfills



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Regulatory Framework and Licensing Issues


Green Power Inc assumes responsibility for delivering a plant that is in compliance with all relevant (and especially strict) pollution protection laws, building codes, fire protection and prevention codes, explosion prevention codes, and worker compensation and health protection rules and regulations. Green Power Inc will make all necessary filings to comply with such rules and regulations of the relevant federal, state and local authorities in the country of operation. Licensing regulations, federal and state laws and regulatory frameworks can differ from one country to another.


The plant has the following parameters that make it environmentally compliant and friendly:


             The plant does not emit any dangerous or toxic gases.

             The hydrocarbons are split catalytically only up to the production of Diesel fuel.

             No gasification input occurs in the pump system.

             No gas-forming catalytic coke crystals develop during the chemical process, because the highest reaction temperature is 350°C (662 Fahrenheit), more than 70°C (158 Fahrenheit) under the lowest coke crystallization temperature 420°C (788 Fahrenheit).

             The patented Green Power Inc Front End assures that delivered waste becomes sterile within 1 to 2 hours of arrival at the site, before even reaching Green Power Inc' s CDP process


Quote from Government report issued in respect to Green Power Inc' s system and process in 2009:


" Thermal depolymerization process has a variety of limitations.  The process only breaks long molecules into shorter ones.  Longer molecules are not created, so short molecules such as carbon dioxide or methane cannot be converted to oil through this process.  Therefore, additional refining steps are likely necessary.  In addition, since the thermal depolymerization approach generally requires temperatures much greater than 400 °C, there is the risk of producing toxic byproducts such as dioxin and furan in addition to carbon dioxide and methane.


The catalytic depolymerization process occurs at relatively low temperatures and low pressure.  Due to the low temperatures, a catalyst is required to crack the hydrocarbon molecule.  The process requires a temperature above 270 °C and the use of an ion exchange catalyst.  The process can be operated below 400 °C to avoid the production of carbon dioxide, dioxin's and furan's.


The catalytic approach is preferable to the thermal approach, both from efficiency and safety/environmental aspects.  The latter requires substantial energy input to reach required temperature, a reactor that can withstand high pressures, and further processing to deal with toxic byproducts.  Assuming a suitable catalyst is available, the catalytic approach only requires a temperature greater than 270 °C and proper mixing to insure complete reaction of the feedstock with the catalyst."





From this:



through this:



becomes this:

(Fossil Free FuelTM)


and this:

(Clean Environment)


We can't change the Past but we can make a better and safer Future,

lets do it

Green Power Inc