MCT Waste processors

The MCT-5, smallest size unit, is designed for solid and hazardous waste of up to 5 tpd of capacity in stationary or mobile applications on a 40 feet container truck.
It possesses all the benefits and features of the larger systems with the additional advantage of its compact design for multiple and distributed applications. The MCT-5 is the most compactly designed solution available on the market for absolutely toxic-free disposals of hazardous waste of any kind.
The process is fully automated with a minimum of control and maintenance


The MCT-40 unit.

Maximum processing capacity: 40 tons municipal waste daily
Available Electrical Energy per year: 16.320.000 kWh (elektr.) yearly
Available Residual Heat Energy per year: 8.160.000 kWh (therm.) yearly
Expected volume of production of distilled water: 20 m3 daily 
Annual minimum working hours: 340 days x 24 h = 8160 h/year


MCT-300 machine (i.e.) is built from 7 or 8 MCT-40 units. Where the extra modules are cheaper than the first one.

  • Maximum processing capacity: 300 tons municipal waste daily
  • Available Electrical Energy per year: 122.400.000 kWh (elektr.) yearly
  • Available Residual Heat Energy per year: 61.200.000 kWh (therm.) yearly
  • Expected volume of production of distilled water: 150 m3 daily
  • Annual minimum working hours: 340 days x 24 h = 8160 h/year

Exhaust gas purification & smoke pollution from factories

  • 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.