A  EEP facility will take in sorted carbon waste plastics, paper, cardboard, food and other plant material and convert it into electrical power.  
         The waste will enter a plasma gasification chamber and be turned into syngas by the application of very high temperatures (+3000°C). This process has advantages over incineration in that fewer pollutant gases, tar, ash and fly ash are produced. The main by product, vitrified slag, is inert and can be used as aggregate.  
       EEP will develop the process the cleaned syngas will be fed into an internal combustion chamber. The heat can be brought into Boiler to generate electricity by steam generator.

         Pyrolysisis the thermal decomposition of waste in the absence of the external oxygen supply. The pyrolysis process takes place under the temperatures typically around 500 C. The gaseous product of pyrolysis can undergo one of the following transformations in downstream processes:
         Cooling down followed by oil condensing; liquefaction is applicable for a limited number of feedstock, such as plastics or rubber;  
         Cracking and cleaning in order to be used as fuel in a gas engine; pyrolysis gas conditioning is a complicated problem and additional drawback is that further treatment of the pyrolysis char will be performed at the high temperatures around 1500 C (maintenance issues);
         Secondary combustion in a boiler to generate the steam, which consequently will be sent to steam turbine to generate electricity; further enhancing steam cycle allows combining simplicity and reliability in operation with the improved energy generation.
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