Total destruction of chemical waste at lower cost

Simdean Envirotec have launched into the UK an innovative new plasma-based chemical waste elimination system that breaks new ground technologically, environmentally and financially, providing a safer, cleaner, more cost-effective alternative to landfill and incineration.

Industrial pollution and odour control specialists Simdean Envirotec have been made exclusive UK agents for a pioneering new plasma-based chemical destruction system that completely disintegrates waste molecules whilst reducing emissions of greenhouse gases and cutting costs.

Developed in Israel by EST Limited, the patented plasma technology utilises high temperature (2000oC - 4500oC) to instantaneously destroy a wide range of organic and inorganic wastes, leaving only the constituent atoms. These are then transformed into a mix of non-hazardous gas for emission into the atmosphere and usable by-products. The system is equally effective in treating wastes in the form of liquids, slurry or contaminated gases.

The system is a mobile installation that integrates into the client's production line, eliminating the need to transport or store waste products, which is expensive, complicated and damaging to the environment. The process, which can easily be modified and calibrated to suit any production line, is safe, user-friendly and simple to operate. Emissions from the system at the end of the process are well within all international standards and regulations.

The process has been developed for the pharmaceutical, chemical, oil, gas and chemical plant industries. Combining exceptional process efficiency with environmental benefits, lower capital costs, lower operating costs and lower maintenance costs, it delivers significant advantages over all other known treatment systems.

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