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Full process guarantee

De-risking investors capital on process design, ensuring the process will guarantee to produce cellulose rich biogenic fibre from the paper, food and cardboard fraction of the waste.

Landfill diversion and clean recyclables

Diversion of up to 90% of incoming waste away from landfill. Waste is sterilised making it easier to automatically and manually segregate ferrous and non-ferrous metals, plastics, wood, textiles and glass for on-sale or down cycling.

Increases Efficiency of EFW Installations

The homogeneous biogenic fibre from the autoclave system provides consistent fuel input to all combusters, gasifyers and pyrolysis systems.

Production of Bio Energy

Wilson Fibre® is a valuable feed stock which can be developed into high value chemicals and other source of renewable energy.

A sensible way to prepare raw waste for maximum recovery,
recycling and energy production

The Wilson System, FAQ's

The steam autoclave process is a method of creating a high cellulose content biogenic material from MSW and Commercial waste using dry, saturated steam in rotating autoclaves resulting in approximately 90% diversion from landfill.

The Wilson Solution uses large rotating autoclaves to convert the biogenic fraction of Municipal Solid Waste and Commercial and Industrial Waste into a homogeneous, sanitised fibrous material (Wilson Fibre®)to be used efficiently and effectively in a variety of conversion technologies including, approved combustion, gasification, pyrolysis, conversion into bio-char, bio-chemicals, bio-fuels and anaerobic digestion .

Incorporating a fully de-risked system from acceptance of waste to the delivery of the Wilson Fibre® and valuable recyclable materials, including water recovery and odour free operation, the autoclaving process will ensure minimum landfill requirements and a maximum high value from the incoming waste.

There are a number of EfW technologies available on the market, all these technologies vary considerably in their characteristics and capabilities, both with advantages and disadvantages.

Steam Autoclaving has been considered a Mechanical Heat Treatment (MHT) process for the pre-treatment of waste, the product of which can be used in conversion technologies to transform the biomass to energy.

Autoclaving waste as a pre-treatment process can generate more efficient returns on conversion technologies.

Steam Autoclaving proves to be best available technology on the market as:

  • Accepts unsegregated household and commercial waste. (No multi bin collection necessary)
  • Diverts circa 90% from landfill.
  • Produces clean recyclable sale product.
  • Produces sterile biogenic fibre for many uses.
  • Eliminates need for mass burn incineration.
  • Non-fossil-fuel dependent with a low carbon footprint
  • Low cost solution

The alternatives to Steam Autoclaving include:

  • Mass Burn Incineration
  • Landfill

This will depend on specific projects, but less than Mass Burn Incineration

The Wilson Solution is risk minimal! The technology has been successfully proven covered by Professional Indemnity Insurance which includes a Process Guarantee.

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