Sierra Energy

  • Adapted iron-smelting blast furnace technology for gasification of waste
  • Targeting high value feedstock such as medical waste, hazardous waste, and nonrecyclables
  • High-temperature reaction translates into feedstock flexibility, and light pretreatment, only need to shred the feedst...

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