Since MCT does not require previous processing of waste, labour costs and maintenance costs are reduced. The savings per metric ton of waste (1,000 kg) is minimum 15 €
Smoke Pollution From Factories & MCT technology
Different industries across the world use different materials and chemicals to make their product. The energy sector, still mostly, uses coal, a means of generating electricity that is particularly damaging to humans and the environment.
The installation of standard pollution control equipment is expensive. A study by MIT found that it may cost coal power plants € 215,000 to € 330,000 per megawatt to install controls for particulate matter, SO2 and NOx. For a typical coal power plant producing 500 megawatts, it could cost more than € 100 million to install controls at a newly built plant and € 150 million to retrofit an existing facility.
MCT technology solves this problem in a completely different way. On the one hand, smoke pollutions are raw materials for MCT technology, and on the other hand, fuel utilisation, passing through MCT technology, is significantly increasing.
The mission of Addryn and the MCT Waste solutions is to enable:
Our technology is a closed circular system, it maximizes the overall thermal potential of the gases produced in the process to produce pure heat, distilled water, clean CO2 and an
The created heat is used to create steam and start steam turbines for the production of electricity, heating and cooling.
The team has several players:
The European sales team:
This machine was developed years ago by two Polish engineers. They first focused on exhaust gas purification and have more than 100 installations. There are around 40 installations of the waste processor. The company that developed the machine had no means to commercialise the product. Beginning of 2018 the company was taken over by a German/Swiss consortium, called Pragmatec. Now the machine is being sold throughout Europe by Addryn. Three machines will be installed shortly in Munich (communal waste), in Switzerland (hospital waste) and in America (all kinds of waste). A very large machine was also recently sold in Nigeria. We can demonstrate the waste processors working in the Pragmatec demo site in Zurich.