29 Jul '15, 9am

New clean energy technology is in search of waste: Pyrofab technology is being developed at Aston University t...

Pre-testing of waste materials using prototype Pyrofab technology was underway today ahead of a summer tour to evaluate sustainable sources of bioenergy from waste across north-west Europe. The Pyrofab is based on Pyroformer™ technology, developed in the UK by the European Bioenergy Research Institute at Aston University . Using this intermediate pyrolysis process, the tests are determining the potential of different waste materials and residues to be processed into low carbon fuel. The Pyrofab converts carbon from organic waste materials to produce carbon neutral fuel and biochar, a commodity that can be used to improve soil. It can process a wide range of biomass, residues and wastes, which means that hard to treat sources of waste can now be used as a feedstock to produce low carbon energy. Feedstocks being tested include food waste, domestic waste, agricultural waste s...

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