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[GreenYes] Re: Biosolids. Fla Plasma Redux DOE Vision 21 prototype?


At 03:35 PM 8/20/2006 -0400, LWheeler45@no.address wrote:
>I am not a reporter! I am a retired Disaster Engineer and my friends
>are also engineers and one is an inventors of Low Voltage Plasma
>Redux processes that are currently commercially deployed in EU.

Leonard:

I did not think you were a reporter. Was referring to the story you
posted. But I am negative about incinerator proposals where the
"independent test data" is "SEALED," and so on. Why would that be
necessary if the news was so good? If you would care to post links
to substantial material and energy balances for the equipment you
favor, I will take a look at it.

Best regards,

Alan

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>Unlike CBS reporters I have actually seen the original and SEALED
>independent test data and observed the equipment in application and
>use about 4 miles from my home.
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>And this is the important part. As a commerical processes developer
>I have signed the non disclosure paperwork on several types of
>Plasma processes.
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>I know what it cost to build and operate and the efficiency of
>outputs to power consumption. Low Voltage DC with heat sinks shows
>unreal efficiency and commercial potential when efficient heat
>capture and recycle is utilized.
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>While the St. Lucie Fla project is exactly like to one I was
>involved with investigating and presenting to my County and Fla in
>2003 it cost nearly double to the 2004 model and it is old
>technology from the 1950s and highly inefficient 50% or so energy of
>waste consumed in the processing and very costly torches with short MTBF.
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>And each unit is custom hand built very heavy and design does not
>really lend itself to mass production like a car or washer or computer.
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>May I suggest that all of you take a look at the technical
>information of Westinghouse Plasma, Startech Plasma and India's and
>Israel's Plasma programs to make a technically well informed opinion
>on Plasma redux of waste.
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>Also please review the Vision 21 program of USDOE and see how such a
>plasma system "Fits" that DOE desired model for Distributed
>electrical power, waste disposal, potable WATER and fuels production
>along with reduction in Greenhouse gases and toxic waste streams.
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>And let me close I am not selling anything, news reporting or
>seeking money, investment partners, or technical approvals of a
>commerical and patented process currently in operation.
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>This is a discussion group and what I offer is food for thought.
>Albest
>Leonard
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