In the fall of 2010 under a technology license agreement, the Ecoremedy® advanced gasification technology was showcased in a corporate/academic partnership with Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC) serving central Pennsylvania. An R&D and educational training center was located on the HACC campus in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. As testimony to the clean emissions of Ecoremedy, the R&D facility was centrally located among the Pennsylvania DEP, the Pennsylvania USDA, and a child daycare facility. Ecoremedy was present for all operations and successfully demonstrated the technology to clients from around the world.
The mobile gasification equipment is mounted onto a 48-foot-long trailer and is housed inside a 38-foot-wide, 70-foot-long, and 19-foot-high green hoop structure. Syngas is produced during the patented gasification process, which powers a boiler to create steam. The steam can be used for thermal applications and/or to generate electricity to power a school, an industrial plant, a commercial complex, or the community. This facility served its purpose for the duration of the allowable permit, which expired in the summer of 2015.