Silver Ridge are investing in technology that will improve the management of municipal waste across the region. The current policy of either dumping waste is not sustainable and creates many environmental concerns. Our belief is that all municipal waste should be processed for materials that can be recovered and reused (recycling), with any remaining waste subject to incineration processes capable or reducing their mass by up to 96%. The incineration process also removes some of the most hazardous chemicals from the waste, reduced to flue gas during incineration and captured by pollution control systems.

By bringing these technologies to remote areas, some without access to regular collection or even power, we hope to capture harmful waste and preserve our environment for generations to come.

Other features include the ability to achieve high-purity carbon fixation while maintaining the natural structure of the materials. The machines can continuously manufacture these carbides in an oxygen-free atmosphere. Even high water content organic materials can be processed, thanks to the incinerator’s ability to completely neutralise harmful gases, dioxins and other particles. Waste heat energy and secondary combustion energy are captured and utilised by the machine to increase combustion efficiency and offset operation costs.

The mounting cost of disposing of household waste materials is being borne by both municipal councils, in terms of management operations, and the environment as dumping sites continue to grow without much regard for how waste materials are processed. We believe a solution such as this will bring great benefits to both.