Welcome to Gen2 Waste to Energy Solutions | WTO / PTD / MSW / PTD
[ Plastics to Diesel ] Via exclusive license from “Gen Tech PTD”Gen2’s proprietary, state of the art, process converts waste plastics of all categories, except PVC, into high density, easily transportable, completely industry compliant fuels and energy sources. The PTD process results in four end-products: (1) ASTM D975, ULSD, CA CARB compliant, No. 2 Diesel, (2) ASTM D975 ULSD No. 1 Diesel, or Kerosene, (3) Bunker-C Fuel Oil and (4) Densified fuel pellets
Gen2’s focus is on greater utilization of societal resources and betterment of the environment in which we live by converting existing waste materials into multiple energy products. Extracting additional energy from these materials generates a second purpose (or second generation) for their existence, which leads to the derivation of the name Gen2. We have built our business around best-of-class technologies, allowing the realization of our vision of a future where waste is converted to energy (WTE) in the forms of electricity, diesel, gasoline, jet fuel and high-grade oil. Our technologies are adaptive and allow customization to optimize each specific situation. Our processes are closed-loop; very low carbon footprint processes, without emissions that could harm the environment, thereby creating the ultimate waste solution.
Gen2 has thus created a Renewable Energy Technology Platform with technologies that go beyond the concept of attaining zero waste, instead they achieve a generation of “net positive waste” by generating a total positive, sustainable energy source that is greater than the negative impacts required to produce energy from a waste stream. In some cases, the net energy derived from processing results in over 6, to in some instances over 30, times the energy required during processing, resulting in a very impressive Energy Positive Carbon Footprint. Gen2’s transformative waste to energy technologies change the ways in which natural resources, energy and manufactured goods can be “circularly” used, rather than inefficiently “re-purposed” or disposed.
- Gen2WTE is a member of the Waste Conversion Technologies Association (WCTA)
Through its utilization of waste, Gen2 is creating a pathway for a sustainable energy sufficient future. The beneficiaries of these solutions will be the cities, companies, environments and populations we serve.
Gen2PTD’s process is highly efficient and yields a massive Net Positive Energy Footprint in excess of thirty to one (each kilowatt of energy used in processing results in over thirty kilowatts of fuel energy). Additionally, this low carbon process reduces CO2 emissions by 13,688 metric tons per unit per year, and is more than compliant with recycle goals mandated by many state and federal agencies.
Gen2PTD has developed a state of the art plastic to diesel conversion technology through a joint venture with Supertherm, Ltd. This technology converts any type of recyclable and non-recyclable plastic material, except PVC, into either No. 2, or No. 1, diesel fuels meeting full ASTM D975 Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel (ULSD) and CA CARB specifications. Gen2 holds an exclusive license to use the technology and equipment for the U.S.
Each system converts approximately 675 kg/hr. (~1,100,000 pounds of plastics per month) into immediately useable fuels. Processing this quantity of waste plastics results in monthly production of approximately 71,250 gallons of ASTM D975 Grade No. 2 Diesel; 31,000 gallons of ASTM D975 No. 1 Diesel or Kerosene.
Gen2PTD’s clean and green technology boasts a closed loop system with near zero emissions creating a new sustainable energy source with a positive energy balance and a low carbon footprint. The modular and scalable system has significant organic growth potential and helps solve major compliance issues for municipalities while reducing landfill growth. Additionally, it creates permanent skilled and unskilled jobs within the community and each project adds to the tax base at city, county, state, and federal levels.
Gen2 PTD’s inventory and tracking system will provide proof that its plastics suppliers have a net zero position in terms of:
1) emissions associated with waste disposal
2) liability associated with storing or landfilling plastic waste
3) compliance with state mandated 75% recycle threshold