Newe Real Estate & Energy Holding, LLC
Producing Energy from Waste
A German-developed process called CTC (Catalytic Tribochemical Conversion) enables us to produce high-quality synthetic diesel fuel or heating oil out of processed waste and/or renewable materials.
CTC technology – diesel from waste:
The CTC technique has been economically optimized for a wide range of biological and organic input materials. The following raw materials can be processed using this method:
– Plastics of all types, including those containing PVC
– Processed municipal waste, mixed industrial and commercial waste
– Waste oils, waxes, and fats of all types, including transformer oil and hydraulic oils
– Agricultural waste, animal waste products, spoiled food, and hospital waste
– Crude oil (petroleum), with 80 % to 90 % of the petroleum input being recycled, as well as refinery waste, such as bitumen, tar, etc.
In addition to its usability with a wide variety of organic starting materials ranging from renewable raw materials to mixed plastics, the benefits of this process include:
Starting materials nearly inexhaustible
– No starting materials that are also needed for human nutrition are required
– No consumption of water
– No additional cultivation areas are required
– Utilization of energy potential contained in the input materials with unprecedented overall efficiency
– Storage of energy in the form of liquid, storable, and versatile energy carriers
– Low process temperature prevents the formation of pyrolysis gases
– Significantly reduced environmental load due to binding of harmful substances
– Single-stage process – can be used in small, decentralized units
– The process has been tried and tested over many years
– A new proven technology for converting waste has been developed for the market.