Welcome to the Movement
Welcome to the movement. The revolution will not be televised.
For those of you old enough to remember this phrase and the context within which it was uttered, it was as significant then as now. The diversion of 80+% of all landfill bound municipal solid waste is a revolution and it will take a movement to get it done. Please don’t misunderstand our motives however. The solid waste industry has been a community partner for decades and has been a good partner over the years. What has happened is that the paradigm has shifted. The waste buried in landfills all over the world is valuable and in the U.S. has even more value because of the recyclables it contains; almost 50% according to the EPA. Our goal is to stop it from being buried and use it as feedstock for value added products with our patented system.
It’s not about waste to energy anymore; now it’s waste to fuels. Organics to methane, plastics to oil and wood and paper to gasoline and ethanol are just the beginning. Look at all the big oil company websites and they are all moving into this direction. Municipal Solid Waste is the new oil! We can mine it, refine it and use it as raw manufacturing feedstocks for more products. In the process we sequester the greenhouse gasses which used to be emitted by the landfills. We capture the carbon which used to freely escape and we use the other recyclables for value added manufacturing here in America instead of shipping it to other countries for reprocessing.
Would you call this a movement? Do you know why it is? A movement has to have detractors. Those who would, for whatever reason, be against such a dramatic shift in the use of resources. “It hinders the education process for social responsibility.” Tell that one to MADD and see what response you get. “It doesn’t work.” Our response? It is our investment so if it doesn’t work, what do you care, you have no skin in the game. Can you believe in Texas there is actually an Environmental Group against this project? They say anaerobic digestion is an untested science. I guess there aren’t any large dairy farmers in Texas.
So welcome to our blog and what we refer to as the OEC movement. We’re attempting to change the world by redesigning a paradigm which has been in place since man first walked erect on the planet. We no longer have to bury our garbage in a hole and cover it up with dirt.
Welcome to the movement!
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