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What Makes Us Different 

Our waste management solution is community-focused and environmentally conscious.

The Hoskinson pyrolytic gasification process distinguishes itself by exhibiting higher energy efficiency per unit of waste, minimized ash production, superior scalability for smaller communities, and an overall reduced environmental impact when compared to the method of mass burn excess air incineration.

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The Hoskinson Solution


Hoskinson's modular and scalable technology adapts to conditions and population sizes. This modular design allows scalability in increments of 150 tons per day of waste. This scalability makes it adaptable for smaller communities while ensuring efficient waste disposal comparable to larger cities.


Traditional mass-burn incinerators are often large-scale facilities, making them less feasible for smaller communities due to their fixed capacity and operational costs. This lack of scalability can limit their implementation in areas with lower waste volumes.

Modular & Scalable Design 

Hoskinson's pyrolytic gasification technology exhibits exceptional thermal efficiency by enabling highly effective municipal solid waste (MSW) combustion within a controlled environment that limits emissions.


Our solution emphasizes utilizing advanced mechanisms to control emissions, incorporating innovative technologies to minimize pollutants, and ultimately achieving a cleaner process that outperforms traditional mass-burn incinerators.


Mass-burn, excess air techniques can at times release a higher level of toxic metals into the environment, including mercury, lead, cadmium, arsenic, chromium, beryllium, and nickel. In addition to these hazardous materials, they can also produce higher levels of dioxins, hydrogenated hydrocarbons, and acid gases that can be difficult to control.  

Emisson Control & Efficiency

Our process prioritizes resource recovery during the initial stage to enhance the efficiency of extracting recyclables or energy from the waste stream. Furthermore, the Hoskinson technology used in MSW processing guarantees exceptional thermal efficiency, leading to a negligible amount of residual ash at the end of the process. By emphasizing sustainability, our solution fosters a more circular economy and optimizes resource utilization.


While some mass-burn incinerators incorporate energy recovery systems to generate electricity or heat from the combustion process, resource recovery is not typically a primary focus. Metals and ash residues might be recovered but usually with limited efficiency.

Resource Recovery & Sustainability 

Hoskinson has developed a scalable solution that is tailored to meet the waste management needs of smaller communities. This solution is designed to prioritize environmental impact reduction without sacrificing efficiency.


To achieve this, our team collaborates with social leaders to gain their support and find effective ways to engage with the communities. Hoskinson's facilities also create employment opportunities for both part-time and full-time workers within these communities.


Due to their scale and emissions profile, mass-burn incinerators might not be well-suited for smaller communities. Their design and operational requirements often cater to larger urban centers with significant waste volumes.

Community-Centric Sustainability 

We can deliver a reduced environmental footprint compared to mass burn incinerators due to better emission control, resource recovery, and scalability, thus aligning with the sustainable development goals of smaller communities. 


Hoskinson is not only a MSW thermal processing technology, it is also an ally of local governments to help raise the quality of life of their inhabitants- now and for generations to come. 


Mass burn incineration typically involves the combustion of mixed municipal solid waste at high temperatures in the presence of excess air. This process is generally designed for larger urban areas with high waste generation.

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