Facility Sustainable Operations
Traditional landfills have followed the same operating procedures for 50 years, losing valuable fuel and contributing to greenhouse gas emissions.
Hoskinson's Waste-to-Energy (WtE) operations offer a new solution by converting waste into clean, renewable fuel for generating power and promoting responsible energy use, among many other advantages.
The new way to reuse waste and protect the environment.
Sustainable Operations Practices at Our Facilities and Energy Parks
At the core of Hoskinson's Carbon-Negative Waste-to-Energy Park is the Waste-to-Energy (WtE) conversion process, which relies on advanced pyrolytic gasification and oxidation technologies refined over 45 years.
This innovative process involves subjecting waste materials to controlled thermal treatments in oxygen-deprived environments, effectively breaking down organic and inorganic matter while reducing environmental impact and generating maximum energy output. With this proprietary method, we can offer scalable and sustainable energy solutions catering to communities of varying sizes.
The park also has the capacity to manufacture a more refined Alternative Fuel (AF), which can be employed by other industries beyond the site, thus aiding in reducing their carbon footprint. Using a highly advanced sorting and preparation mechanism, we process and separate the waste components, refining them into fuels that have high thermal value and are of superior quality, suitable for energy production. A certain percentage of the fuel is recycled and traded in the commodities market to generate sustainable, base-load electricity to the grid.
Hoskinson's Carbon-Negative Waste-to-Energy Park begins the conversion process by producing Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) from diverse organic and inorganic waste sources.
An Anaerobic Digestion (AD) module, which converts food waste into biogas and nutrient-rich fertilizer, will be added to the Hoskinson WtE operations system.
In the presence of a higher proportion of food waste, microorganisms in an oxygen-deprived environment decompose the waste in a regulated manner, producing biogas primarily composed of methane and carbon dioxide. This biogas is harnessed as a sustainable source of energy to power Hoskinson's pyrolytic gasification system. The resultant digestate is a highly effective fertilizer that promotes agricultural sustainability.
In addition to the Hoskinson waste conversion processes, integrating solar energy can significantly enhance green energy production and serve as a pivotal aspect of Hoskinson's Energy Park. Utilizing cutting-edge photovoltaic systems, The Hoskinson Group diversifies its energy portfolio, promotes sustainable power generation, and effectively decreases our carbon footprint.
Hoskinson's Energy Park is expanding its capabilities by incorporating the creation and application of hydrogen as a sustainable and multifaceted source of energy. Through the utilization of sophisticated electrolysis generation methods, we aim to decrease reliance on fossil fuels for black start operations. The production of hydrogen serves as a vital aspect of our dedication to promoting sustainable energy practices and lessening our dependence on non-renewable resources.