The Catalytic Depolymerisation Process (CDP) uses a chemical catalytic compound to react with any carbon based waste products under low pressure and low heat (under 5000C).
The resulting output is either synthetic fuel or syngas. The output volumes, and therefore the efficiency of the process, depend on the relative calorific value of the feedstock materials. The process does not rely on any incineration and therefore there are no emissions and any residual waste is of a usable nature e.g. activated coke for use in filtration systems or fertilizer.
The units are scalable, transportable and can be relocated. The components are delivered in a modular format to be assembled on site.
One tonne of feedstock will produce 2.5 to 3 MW of electricity and approximately double this amount of heat output depending on the feedstock employed i.e. for 3MW of electricity then 6MW of heat is produced.
There is no limit to the number of units that can be connected to create a single operating plant.
These units have been certified to all the relevant EU standards, come with a performance guarantee and have an expected life expectancy in excess of 20 years with proper planned maintenance.