Ecoremedy provides two options for project development: self-financed BOOM projects, or FEED projects under a traditional capital sale.
Cogeneration can be added to any project where the feedstock has a sufficiently high solids content (often over 30%).
Minimum 18% solids content (or add additional dewatering)
Digested or undigested
No existing dryer
Backed by Rockwell Venture Capital, we can build on-site projects at wastewater treatment facilities and other suitable sites in the Northeastern US. Ecoremedy processes the residuals through long-term, fixed-fee waste processing contracts. Joint ventures with project developers are welcomed. The Morrisville Project is an example of this project development model.
Ecoremedy offers Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) services for capital sales of turnkey gasification facilities, typically to wastewater utilities or developers.
Ecoremedy will provide FEED services for its technology licensees under separate service contracts.
We will assist the owner’s engineers with the project management schedule, equipment delivery, and procurement services. During the construction phase of the project, a representative from Ecoremedy will perform periodic site inspections to ensure proper equipment installation and maintenance area allotments are provided.
After construction is complete, Ecoremedy will assist in the plant commissioning of the licensed products and provide operator training.
As part of our FEED services package, Ecoremedy will direct the engineering effort necessary for project development including:
Ecoremedy specializes in high-moisture feedstocks. For these projects, the thermal energy recovered through gasification is typically utilized to replace natural gas for thermal drying.
In cases where the feedstock has a higher solids content (e.g. 30% solids or more), less energy is required for drying. This allows for the potential to add a steam plant or steam-cycle cogeneration of heat and electricity for further energy recovery.