Making A Difference
Solving Environmental Challenges
Our innovative approach concurrently addresses several environmental challenges:
REC's waste–to–energy facilities will extend the useful life of landfills, leading to a reduction in water and soil pollution.
REC's facilities will generate energy from MSW, biomass, and waste plastics using proven technology processes that reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
REC facilities will produce recycled naphtha, diesel fuel, carbon dioxide and activated carbon which will help reduce air pollution and carbon emissions.
Recycled Energy's zero waste facilities represent the highest level of environmental stewardship.
REC facilities mimic the natural carbon cycle. Waste materials introduced to our clean
conversion centers are processed in a closed loop system. They break down
components to their molecular level with zero emissions, capturing carbon and producing energy and other valuable products. This reduces the need for fossil fuels.
The carbon generated by REC facilities will be sold for profit as activated carbon for filtration use.
REC's targeted communities may have suffered job losses from various industry moves and economic downturns. Chosen communities will benefit from the creation of new jobs and increased tax revenues.