Converting Organic Content Laden MSW to High Methane Content Biogas and RDF
Glen Tobiason, President & CEO, InnoWaCon, LLC
MSW, with a high content of organics can now be viably converted to a high-methane-content Biogas and RDF while removing recyclables and inert materials. This tried-and-proven viable MBT process is now available in N. America, is reliable and economical and achieves approx. 90% diversion from landfill. This presentation will show that this process is designed to fit the waste coming to, it flexibile (allowing it to take various kinds of MSW) and scalabile (more that 1,000 tons per day is possible) and producing high quality biogas and RDF.
Glen Tobiason has received his Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering from Northeastern University, Boston. Glen has over fourteen years of in-depth experience with the Maximum Yield Technology (MYT®) of the ZAK. Being fluent in both English and German, he has introduced the benefits of MYT® to various countries and cultures. Glen has now founded the InnoWaCon LLC to market this and other waste conversion technologies in North America.