Recycled Energy Corporation designs, develops and operates waste to energy conversion facilities. By diverting energy-rich materials from landfills to our conversion centers, we will create jobs, improve our environment; extend the useful life of landfills and foster energy independence in the communities we serve.

 
 
 

MSW: REC facilities will accept Municipal Solid Waste (MSW). After recyclables are removed from the trash; the remaining material is converted to energy products in minutes, rather than leaving energy–rich waste to slowly decay in landfills.

Scrap Tires: REC's Tire Recycling Centers™ utilize an advanced clean pyrolysis conversion technology which produces zero water effluence and near–zero air emissions. REC extracts all the energy as diesel fuel in an environmentally friendly way, and reclaims steel and carbon black so that the entire tire is recycled with zero waste.

Biomass: Crops grown as biomass feedstock, as well as green waste from highway cleanup, crop leftovers, landscaping waste, and low value wood waste are all viable feedstock for REC. The company's proven pyrolysis technology can handle high moisture content wastes and efficiently convert them to electricity and diesel fuel.

Medical Waste: REC facilities can convert red bag medical waste to # 2 fuel and carbon black with zero emissions, eliminating the risk of bio-hazard contamination.

Electricity: REC's facilities can provide electricity for communities which don’t need diesel fuel; or the centers can selectively divert feedstock allocated to fuels production in order to generate additional electricity during peak demand periods.

Ethanol: REC's facilities generate significant amounts of carbon black which is in high demand as a reinforcing agent in tires, an insulator for electrical wiring, and a key component in toner inks and cartridges and high performance coatings.

Diesel Fuel: Low sulfur diesel fuel reduces vehicle emissions and reduces greenhouse gases. REC facilities produce clean burning diesel fuel for use in local markets.

Hydrogen: REC's pyrolysis technology produces syngas which is similar to natural gas.
Its major component is hydrogen which can be collected and sold for industrial use or to power hydrogen-fueled vehicles.