The technology is tried and proven with a number of process optimisations undertaken since inception to improve profitability. There are currently 5 operating plants in South Korea using this technology, with 4 processing Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Waste Plastics up to 50 tons/day and one processing 200 tons/day of waste tyres”.
It has the potential to significantly solve Australia’s critical waste problems and provide “on-demand” dispatchable green power (to supplement intermittent solar and wind). Each 40 tons/day process line (for dry MSW for example), results in a net reduction of greenhouse gases over 25,000 tons/year (equivalent to removing over 5,000 cars off the road)
As we experience continued growth of populations, waste management and waste disposal have become one of the major global issues of the twenty-first century, as more waste is required to be disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner.
Managing waste in any community is an important part of providing a safe and healthy living environment for people. New legislations require governments to manage waste and to prevent it from causing health and environmental problems.
The world has a strong dependence on landfill for waste management with more than half (54%) of all solid waste being deposited in a landfill in 2009. It is estimated that 70% of municipal waste, 56% of commercial and industrial waste, and 43% of construction and demolition waste goes to landfill.
While there are many types of environmental problems with regard to waste, landfill is one of the more difficult to fix. In addition, landfills are unpopular, as local residents do not wish to have them located close to their homes. The environmental problems caused by landfills are numerous. Landfills produce emissions and substances, that are often toxic, which can enter the atmosphere or ground water. They can also harm wildlife and contribute to the depletion of the ozone layer.
Waste, however, does not have to be a liability and can be a valuable resource. Instead of land filling or incinerating waste (whether hazardous or non-hazardous) Bioplant using the GGII patented pyrolysis technology, can recycle waste and produce renewable energy in the form of electricity and diesel fuel.
GGII holds a number of patents and has secured the exclusive worldwide licenses and rights for a number of proven technologies in the renewable energy sector, which Bioplant has access to. Bioplant understands the dynamics of the waste management market that government’s face and recognises the unique and valuable opportunity to work in partnership with local, state and federal governments to provide a solution to their waste issues.
Bioplant's unique ability to harness and implement these established technologies, coupled with its sound and sustainable business approach, makes it an invaluable partner in the waste-to-energy and renewable energy sectors.
Our continuous research and development efforts have eliminated the emissions of greenhouse gases in the flue gases. The exhaust gases contain little or no toxic substances or greenhouse gases and comply with the stipulated air emission standards, as proven at existing operating facilities using the GGII Technology.
Our mission is to deliver innovative, efficient, profitable and environmentally responsible solutions that convert waste-into-fuel-into-energy and achieve zero-emission waste solutions for global partners.
10+ Year History
The story begins with more than ten years of research and development with our partners in Japan and Korea. GGII and its international partners, assembled a group of leading scientists and set the challenge to develop an economic and environmentally sustainable solution to the world's waste managment issues. The result is the state-of-the-art GGII waste-to-energy pyrolysis technology.
Tested & Proven
Extensive testing has been performed on our systems and plants over a number of years of operation and all systems and plants have passed independent testing.
Supplying Power Demands
GGII’s plants have two configurations, either hybrid (diesel and electricity) or all-electricity. The uniqueness of our generator turbines and heat drive systems, provide highly efficient electricity production.
The effects of pyrolysis technology on the environment are minimal. This is due to the fact that all waste is contained and processed on site. There is no long-term storage of waste when using GGII pyrolysis technology.