Innovation and Experience
Thirty years of engineering excellence
Timeline – The Organics Group
The Organics Group
Explosion in a house caused by landfill gas migrating from a landfill site. Control of landfill gas.
Dramatic realisation that the migration of landfill gas caused environmental problem. Commencement of fabrication and supply of landfill technology, mainly flaring and landfill gas control systems.
Power generation using landfill biogas as a unique fuel source. Converting methane to a resource.
Growing awareness of environmental consequences of unchecked waste management techniques. Use of landfill gas in power generation (waste to energy) Implementation of consultancy services.
First ammonia removal and destruction plant using heat installed in Hong Kong.
Commencement of fabrication and supply of equipment for the removal and destruction of ammonia from wastewater using recycled heat for thermal destruction in a SMART flare.
Small scale pyrolysis used to destroy difficult waste in a controlled manner.
Changes in waste management techniques involving the destruction of waste using pyrolysis and gasification and improvement in process efficiency.
Anaerobic digestion of wastewater from a variety of processes including cassava and palm oil mill effluent.
Expansion of company activities to encompass anaerobic digestion and carbon reduction. Supply of equipment, including efficient flares for control of biogas emissions.
Several ammonia plants installed on landfill sites. With each iteration, a significant increase in efficiency achieved.
Removal of ammonia from wastewater led to innovative engineering to recover the ammonia for use as a fertilizer or power generation.
Building on experience, ammonia from wastewater used as a basis for hydrogen harvesting and use.
Design and manufacture of equipment to recover hydrogen from wastewater. The use of SMART flare technology permits the supply of a reliable heat source.