This wonderful technology generates ethanol from green waste, including household grass and leaves, as opposed to existing technologies that currently feed food globally on the production of ethanol from sugar cane, corn, maize and turnip. The United Nations calls on the UN to ban ethanol production from food crops, making this discovery even more important.
This process extrins ethanol through a fermentation process and ends with less than 24 hours (95%) and compost. During the experimental phase a number of different plant varieties were tested and 40-80% ethanol and 60-70% compost yields were recorded. This pioneering result has been developed by Morangaphanda Technologies (Moratech), which is located in South Africa. The company was founded by Wessel Roux and Daniel Mogano and is one of the leading developers of the new renewable energy technology.
Furthermore, the raw material of the process is abundant and easily accessible! Municipalities are currently examining ways of transferring waste from landfill sites due to capacity problems and are currently charging costly billboards to remove waste. The importance of this technology means that all green waste that is abundantly emptied in municipal waste landfills can be used and transformed in the form of ethanol, ethanol gel and compost. The average man generates 200 grams of garden waste per day, so the disposal of only 5,000 people will get a ton of green waste per day.
The greenhouse gas per tonne of ethanol is 500 liters. Ethanol is widely marketed in the world and refinery is fueled by fuel mixing (E15 contains 15% ethanol) and other users include the pharmaceutical industry and the food industry. DME's targeted 8% ethanol blend with gasoline increases demand in South Africa. The international market has also increased the targeted mix. At present, global production is 36 billion liters. This is estimated to grow to 210 billion liters by 2030.
The flammable ethanol gel is a safer substitute for paraffin and is also colored in order to prevent accidental ingestion of the product by a child. It offers more cost effective energy systems for the underdeveloped parts of the community.
Compost from plant material is free from weeds and is an excellent plant source for plants. Compost is a well-marketed commodity and chemical mixtures that can be added to the fertilizer that the council and the public can use. Gardening waste from communal solid wastes (MSWs) could be introduced to encourage incentives such as free sack compost for shredded garden wastes. It can also be used to produce more raw materials and make the whole process completely renewable.
Due to the constant and economical cost of manufacturing this process, I predict the storm is storming the world! In addition to the pressure on the production of food crops, the production of ethanol in starving people also has the negative effects of existing technologies that influence the price. First, they receive raw material at variable cost and on the other hand they must bear the costs of harvesting and transporting these feedstuffs. In the United States and Brazil, such existing processing plants are significant. The only ethanol producer in South Africa is Sasol, who produces by-product from the Fischer-Tropsch process, 110 million liters of ethanol per year. New market players like Ethanol Africa do not find it economically viable at the current maize market. The main sugar mills are planning to build an ethanol plant that utilizes sugar cane waste. The risk is that if you put more sugar cans into the production of ethanol, this can negatively affect the price of sugar which is the primary purpose of these producers.
Moratech's ongoing renewable energy projects include CO2 as the Methanol project. With the threat of global warming, which is highly threatening, we need to use a technique to reduce the amount of air. Their technology uses CO2 gas and hydrogen to produce methanol used by the chemical industry. This technology will be the main beneficial coal power plants and high carbon dioxide emitters. Reducing carbon dioxide emissions may also require hydrocarbons. Moratech's future renewable energy projects include waste electrical power generation and heat-power projects
. I believe that it supports innovative products and services that provide sustainability and good value for money, and this is clearly one. Bravo Moratech!
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