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12 February 2014

PHOTON INDUCED PLASMA ARC GASIFICATION DEMO TO PRODUCE BIOFUEL FROM WASTES IN WASHINGTON

WASTE MANAGEMENT WORLD

30 April 2014

Pennsylvania based experimental high tech firm, MPM Technologies (OTCMKTS: MPML) is planning to develop a plasma arc gasification waste to fuel demonstration facility in Washington State.

MPM said that it has already engaged in negotiations with several Spokane, Washington based firms with regard to the construction of the waste to fuel facility.

The company explained that facility will deploy technology developed by its subsidiary, Carbon Cycle Power (CCP).

The patent pending photon induced plasma arc gasification technology is said to be capable of processing biomass, such as lumber mill waste and agricultural residue, as well as municipal solid waste for the cogeneration of heat and power.Plasma_1090051_WikM_200

Technology

According to MPM the CCP technology is the result of more than $20 million of private capital, over 20 years of R&D, five pilot units, and two commercial units.

The company claimed that the technology is the only photon-induced electric-arc gasification process proven to be successfully scaled up to over 100 tons (91 tonnes) per day capacity.

The process is said to actually be a chain reaction whereby thermo, photo, chemical, and ionic reactions all take place resulting in a complete decomposition of all feed material.

The CCP system is said to be capable of processing material at a 55% moisture level, and is also claimed it to be the only technology that can treat waste with such high moisture content, fully utilising the moisture to yield H2 and CO at a ratio that is optimal for the production of liquid fuels.

The company said that also plans to incorporate a bench scale system at the planned demonstration facility to produce renewable diesel and jet fuel in order to gather data, and assess technical and economic feasibility.

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