Massachusetts company sees energy in C&D debris.The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection's Solid Waste and Air departments have issued conditional use permits to Zegen Inc., Boston, for the construction of a waste gasification gas·i·fy
tr. & intr.v. gas·i·fied, gas·i·fy·ing, gas·i·fies
To convert into or become gas.
gas demonstration facility that will operate for one year.
The demonstration facility is designed to process 500 tons of construction and demolition debris per month, producing synthetic natural gas, according to according to
1. As stated or indicated by; on the authority of: according to historians.
2. In keeping with: according to instructions.
3. a news release from the company. Ze-gen first applied for permitting in March 2006. Construction of the facility is to begin immediately, and Ze-gen anticipates the facility will be operational and generating test data by late spring 2007.
Ze-gen was formed in mid-2004 to develop gasification systems that convert municipal solid waste “Municipal waste” redirects here. For other uses, see Municipal waste (disambiguation).
Municipal solid waste (MSW) is a waste type that includes predominantly household waste (domestic waste) with sometimes the addition of commercial wastes collected by a (MSW (MicroSoft Word) See Microsoft Word. ) and C&D debris into clean energy.