True Green Energy Revolution Systems Bankrolled by Middle East Joint venture

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True Green Energy Revolution Systems' (TGERS) mission of creating a cleaner and greener environment in the Middle East specifically Qatar, and Erbil, Iraq will be announced by the end of this month.

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The enthusiasms by the new True Green Energy Revolution Systems are Honorable and real, as the vision of green energy is fast becoming a tangible reality in the Middle East. The challenge For SBSC and TBE partners and shareholders has been to recuperate from the perilous battle they encountered in 2013 by looters and corruption that closed down the SBSC and TBE landfill site in the Philippines.

Intelligence and leadership has led its founder Ronald Flynn in recuperating and salvaging the company known for doing the right thing. In 2014 he opened a new corporation named True Green Energy Revolution Systems and signed a joint venture with the M & M group of Companies with offices in Seychelles, Jakarta, Dubai, Erbil and in the Island of Man.

“TGERS” mission of creating a cleaner and greener environment in the Middle East specifically Qatar, and Erbil, Iraq is soon to be announced. The task of waste management is global, and Qatar is no stranger to it, with its residents generating over 871,000 tons of domestic waste.

Qatar has only one landfill for domestic waste located in Mesaieed, in the Southern side of the country. “The landfill is the final destination of domestic wastes, around 800 tonnes per day, and bulky waste, around 10,000 tonnes per day, of private sectors. The Rowadet Rashed landfill is for construction waste and used tires as stated by Mr. Flynn.

Sustainable Qatar’s tagline is: Yes, you can make a difference in the world, one person at a time. This, the organization has emphasized, rings particularly true to the founder of, True Green Energy Group whose tag line is, “doing the right thing,” who is now ready to launch a new system financed by Gazron City Group and its Middle eastern partners who are all part of multi-national conglomerates who own oil wells, oil syndications, filing stations and gas refinery’s.

Gazron city group and M&M group of companies through its connections in Qatar and the Middle East have solidified the transaction by injecting their own investment capital into True Green Energy Revolution newest System thus assuring to build the new 38 million dollar Working green energy system named GREENREVO1.

An operational facility will soon be put in place within a 6 month allotted time frame once the final signing of the proposed contract has been completed by month's end. John Lamb the president of TGERS indicated, “the two most time consuming phases will be the construction and installation of the Front End System known as the Material Recycling Facility (MRF) and the building complex. Both will be scheduled to concluded at the same time as the MRF as it will be structurally integrated with in the building complex.

Each facility that will built by TGERS will have its own unique features since each complete Bio Green System Plant will model itself to maximize and implement TGERS zero waste philosophy in that region as garbage is not always the same in each country.

TGERS foresees a strengthening positive growth not only in the waste management area but also in the alternate fuel market with its waste-to-energy solutions.

Gasification plants have the advantages of reducing the amount of waste to about one third and use the stored energy in the waste to produce, usable syngas, heat and electricity. The residues are inorganic ashes, which can be land filled or utilized in the construction industry.

In addition, all kinds of biomass material, including problematic industrial and hospital waste, can be processed in an environmentally friendly and sustainable manner. In comparison to the existing incineration plants, the energy efficiency of our Gasification technology is significantly higher. The technology is completely self-sustained and requires no external energy; nearly the entire process is fed by energy produced during the process.

The RDF Gasification is a very important component of the whole operation because it is the conversion of waste into usable energy needed for the daily operation of the power plant. Any excess power produced by the system will be sold to the grid.

Each RDF Gasification unit works within a starved oxygen environment. Once the pellets are dropped inside the feeding chamber, it is dried at 500°C. It is then gradually moved to the first chamber of the reactor with an inside chamber temperature of 800°C where thermal decomposition takes place. The pellets will then move gravitationally down towards the final chamber where char oxidation occurs at 1,200°C where sustainable heat energy is produced for gasification.

The temperature at start-up is achieved by the injection of natural gas or methane. Once the pellets are in their red-hot state, the RDF Gasification becomes self-heated.
Produced combustible gas during gasification is called syngas. The gas is directly forwarded to a series of gas reconditioning chambers including the wet electro static precipitator that cleans the syngas and transforms it into more than 98% sub-microns particles and heavy metals free gas, making the syngas compatible to fuel a gas engine that drives an electric generator.

The Pyrolysis System is a technology that has been implemented worldwide for over 40 years. We are using a system that is being used by big companies, for example, Carredi, that has over 400 plants installed worldwide. The top of the line machines can be installed to process 24 tons of rubber, plastic, and tires per day with very high precision. The final products are bunker oil, carbon black, and self- sustaining gas used as fuel for the daily operation.

Calculations were based upon processing 1,000 tons of garbage using a Trommel System that was approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
In the mining of the landfill, you can successfully extract 5 main products Plastics, rubbers and tires, decomposed or decomposing matter, glass and metals.

The Pyrolysis System is a simple process. A gigantic Trommel unit will be installed on the landfill site. The Trommel will process and separate dirt, decomposed waste, decomposing waste, glass, plastics and metals. Out of 1,000 tons, 300 tons approximately of plastics, rubber and tires will be extracted from the landfill on a daily basis.

Ronald Flynn stated that they would continue to use Krause Manufacturing, which is a division of the CP Group of Companies, as they have combined experience, expertise and the capabilities of over 150 years in the industry to provide turnkey Material Recovery Facilities (MRF) and components for virtually every type of waste and recycling operation.

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