Paul Douglas of Green Earth Energy says “The RCBC was the obvious answer to the request of our customers to provide 100% ZERO landfilling waste management.”
Milan, Tennessee (PRWEB) June 03, 2015
Green Earth Energy has restructured their waste and recycling facility in Milan, Tennessee to support the RCBC Waste to Energy system. Paul Douglas of Green Earth Energy is fourth generation in the family business, http://www.greenearthwaste.com which has been operating in West Tennessee since 1908. His family added recycling to their waste collection services in 2012 and continues to provide waste and recycling services to the Fortune 500 companies with manufacturing plants in West Tennessee. Green Earth Energy was established in 2012, as a sister company, specifically for the sole purpose of building an RCBC Waste to Energy plant. Paul Douglas says “The RCBC was the obvious answer to the request of our customers to provide 100% ZERO landfill waste management.”
With an RCBC Waste to Energy system, Green Earth Energy will be using an average of 85 - 100 tons of fuel a day from a variety of manufacturing and household waste to fuel the RCBC boiler resulting in 1.5 – 2.5 megawatts of electricity.
The Waste to Energy industry will be looking at RCBC Global, Inc. and the Green Earth Energy, RCBC Waste to Energy plant as a model for other Waste to Energy systems throughout the world. For more information on the RCBC W2E Systems, go to http://www.rcbcglobalinc.com.