Waste processed by the Dynamis Energy 3.0 System has the lowest
environmental impact of any technology that exists in the market today.
Our emission goals are not only to meet the jurisdiction emission
standards, but also to exceed them all, and eventually achieve zero
Waste-to-energy facilities produce electricity
with “less environmental impact than almost any other source of
electricity,” according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
“EPA recognizes the vital role of the nation’s municipal
waste-to-energy industry,” wrote former EPA Administrator Marianne
Lamont Horinko, and Assistant Administrator for the Office of Air and
Radiation, Jeffrey Holmstead. Waste-to-energy facilities are a “clean,
reliable, renewable source of energy.”
Waste-to-energy technology prevents the emission of eleven million
metric tons of greenhouse gases (methane and carbon dioxide) that would
otherwise be released into the atmosphere on an annual basis. In
addition, waste-to-energy serves as an alternative to land disposal and
power generation from fossil fuels, which prevents the release of more
than 20,000 tons of nitrogen oxides and 2.2 million tons of volatile
The Dynamis process actively mitigates many potential emissions
problems such as particulates, NOx, many toxic volatile metals and
dioxins/furans. However, our systems can incorporate either
dry or wet scrubbers or other emission abatement systems to neutralize
acid gases and absorb other dangerous by-products such as mercury,
depending on the waste type destroyed.
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According to the United
States Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. residents, businesses, and
institutions produce approximately 4.62 pounds of waste per person, per
day. That is in excess of 240 million tons of MSW per year,
of which the highest percentage of that amount is disposed of in our