Plasma gasification

The plasma gasification method is a genuinely clean alternative to traditional waste processing methods.

The heat generated by the plasma source is used for melting and the vitrification or gasification of inorganic or organic materials. The resulting gasification products include a clean synthetic gas (containing mainly H2 and CO), and a small amount of inert stable slag glass, which has a variety of further uses.

Using the plasma gasification method to process hazardous waste has one main advantage, which is a total decomposition of the input material at a molecular level, ensuring that any macromolecular hazardous waste (chemical and biological) is decomposed and converted into safe output products.