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Synergy Conversion offers an environmentally-friendly and cost-saving alternative to traditional waste management.

Synergy conversion waste management

We process various ‘last kilo’ wastes that cannot be sorted and/or recycled, including mixed plastics, paper, glass, and organics, and turn them into a renewable energy source known as refuse-derived fuel (RDF). This process reduces waste inputs by 80% in volume and 50% in weight. Plus, it creates an inert and virus- and bacteria-free by-product that can be utilized in post-processed applications.

Synergy conversion waste management

Benefits of Synergy Conversion

At Synergy Conversion, we reinvent the lifecycle of commercial waste.

Traditionally, non-recyclable refuse is sent to landfill or incinerated. At Synergy Conversion, however, we harness refuse-derived fuel technology to capture the energy in non-recyclable waste and turn it into a replacement for fossil fuels.

Sending waste to landfill has become increasingly costly in the last several years, and this only promises to rise as society continues to focus on our environmental impact as a species. Taking advantage of the opportunity to convert waste to energy will help decrease waste management costs and ensure that the business is operating as efficiently as possible.

Our commitment to this technology helps boost our clients’ environmental credentials. It’s an excellent strategy to help reduce the company’s carbon footprint and meet yearly energy targets.

Other Benefits of Using RDF include:

  • No processing emissions
  • Waste management GHG reduction by 50%
  • No off-gassing
  • No landfill leaching
  • No bacteria or virus
  • Decreased volume of waste
  • Reduced greenhouse gas emission

Our RDF Technology: Converter®

The Converter® process is a patented and completely mechanical process based on the principle of mechanical to thermal energy transformation. Using moist heat shredding, the Converter® mechanically heats waste via the friction generated by a rotary blade and extracts moisture by evaporation. This 30-minute process transforms waste into a final product that is dry and safe.

The Converter® is a risk-free technology. It allows waste treatment on-site without using chemicals, combustion, or microwaves. It is also emission-free with no risk of toxic contaminants released into the air and is used extensively to achieve zero-to-landfill targets.

The Converter® Series

At Synergy Conversion, we understand that each industry, company, and facility has unique needs. That’s why there are six different Converter® series with varying capacities, ranging from 25 to 5000 litres, to suit your specific needs.

The Converter® Process

Step 1: Waste Loading

Waste in plastic bags is loaded inside the chamber by hand.

Step 2: Crushing

The rotor starts and gradually accelerates to grind the waste material. The chamber temperature rises quickly to about 100℃.

Step 3: Evaporation

Friction in the rotating material generates heat and causes evaporation of the waste moisture. The temperature inside the chamber remains at around 100℃.

Step 4: Superheating

All the moisture in the waste material has been eliminated at this stage. The frictional heat continues to rise, and the temperature inside the chamber increases to 151℃.

Step 5: Sterilization or Pasteurization

The temperature of the waste material is held firm at 151℃ for three minutes. Water is added at this step to create moist heat conditions.

Step 6: Cooling Down

The waste material is sprinkled with water to cool down to about 100℃. A vacuum pump is then used to lower the temperature of the material further down to 60℃ adiabatically.

Step 7: Unloading in Vacuum Bag

The waste treatment is now complete. The treated material is unloaded by centrifugal force through the servo-operated valve opening positioned at the bottom of the treatment chamber.

Benefits of Synergy Conversion

No Processing Emissions
Waste Management Ghg Reduction Of 50%
No Off
No Bacteria
or Virus
in Rodents
  • Reducing the impact of waste on the environment
  • Reduced carbon footprint
  • Reduced greenhouse gases
  • Reduced landfill leaching
  • Reduction in viruses & bacteria

The world of tomorrow is the one
we build today.

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