The Ecoremedy® Fluid Lift Gasification™ process thrives on the world’s most challenging organic feedstocks. Our systems deliver proven volume reduction, nutrient conversion, and energy recovery to municipal, industrial, and agricultural projects worldwide. Today, backed by one of the world’s strongest financial partners, Ecoremedy is poised to deliver complete turnkey treatment solutions for your most demanding organics handling issues.
Since 1992, the Ecoremedy team has been delivering renewable energy solutions for a wide array of waste streams. During the 1990’s, our primary focus was conventional wood biomass gasification projects, totaling over 112,000 kWe of renewable electricity and over 1.4 billion Btu/hr of process steam. In other words, that energy could fuel 95,000 US homes every year and 1.4 Billion Btu/hr of process steam will heat half of the Harrisburg, PA, the capital city of Pennsylvania, including the entire capital complex itself.
However, we thrive on solving the difficult challenge. Our clients were seeking a reliable gasification system to recover energy and nutrients from intractable organic waste streams like agricultural waste and animal manure. Finding nothing available on the market, we set out to create our own. Over the course of a decade, we adapted the traditional gasification technologies available for wood, coal, and waste tires into a new hybrid system.
In 2001, Fluid Lift Gasification was born. Since then, our successful commercial track record is unprecedented for feedstocks like digested manure, poultry litter, and dewatered municipal biosolids. The waste is the sole thermal energy source. There is no need for supplemental fossil fuels or blending with other biomass fuels like woodchips. Waste volumes are reduced by over 90% and converted to upcycled Flexchar™, Ecoremedy’s trade name for carbon rich byproducts with properties similar to activated carbon.
Ecoremedy was originally established in 1992 to provide organics management solutions to municipal, industrial, and agricultural clients in the eastern U.S.
Recognizing the significant technical and commercial limitations of conventional organics management technologies, the company patented and introduced its gasification technology in 2001. Fluid Lift Gasification has now been successfully deployed at several sites in the U.S. and Australia.
In 2017 the company partnered with Rockwell Venture Capital to expand its ability to offer customers the full range of options, from equipment to complete turnkey residuals handling services.
Research & Development
FLG Commercial Process Development
Ecoremedy, LLC, Formed
Expansion to Industrial-Scale