Thermolysis

Thermolysis is a process of waste management developed within Green Power II technology, which is aimed at thermal decomposition of chemical compounds into smaller particles, or atoms by heat. The process allows for optimal waste management and uses waste to recover energy, making it easier for communities and local authorities to maintain cleanliness and order in municipalities.

The Green Power II technology has a modular character, therefore the plant capacity may be increased by extending it with further modules. So far it enables the treatment of all kinds of plastic and plastic products, computer hardware, telecommunication equipment, audio-visual devices, rubber and rubber products, textiles, cellulose wadding, bark and waste from the wood industry sector, post-refining waste, sludge from sewage works and waste from closed municipal landfills. Final products and by-products of the process, i.e. synthesis gas, liquid fraction and coke can be successfully applied in further processes. The method can be also used for gasification of various types of coal and other substrates.

The innovativeness of thermolysis process is guaranteed by the steadiness of gasification, cyclicity of the process, high energy efficiency, the fact that it is fireless process and the fact that it constitutes a solution to the problem of build-up of tar fractions on inner walls of water-supply fittings. All the components of Green Power II processing plants are made from high quality materials. If used properly, there is no risk of corrosion, spillage or any other mechanical malfunction. All units have been thoroughly tested to meet quality standards for waste processing equipment.

It is worth mentioning that modern Green Power II processing units will be constructed in various locations across Poland. Thanks to their simplicity and reliability they constitute a perfect solution for city districts and municipalities that wish to improve their waste management systems.