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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    in these very dilute streams Last Updated Jul 19 2009 at 06 43 PM Read more RENTEC signs contracts to develop CDM projects in Dominican Republic Written by administrator Apr 28 2008 at 12 33 PM As part of the Dominican Republic s first annual international energy fair in Santo Domingo RENTEC signs framework contracts for CDM project development with the assistance of the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service With work already underway and first projects expected to be operational as early as fall of 2008 the projects are on course to demonstrate the commercial viability of Carbon Credit project financing in the Dominican Republic livestock industry Last Updated May 01 2008 at 07 29 PM Read more Next Generation Bioenergy Biofuels Written by administrator Apr 04 2008 at 05 23 PM RENTEC believes that sustainable energy development is only possible by splicing into self sustaining and fully self renewing natural biological systems rather than attempting to impose new biological systems for either first second or n generation bio energy fuel production We have designed next generation balanced energy technologies and fuel production facilities that work within nature s bionomic confines taking a systemic self sustaining approach that does not require

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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    Peterborough Ontario Canada K9J 6Y5 1 705 201 1195 1 705 201 1194 Download information as a VCard Send an Email to this Contact Enter your name E mail address Message subject Enter your message Email a copy of this message to your own address Search Latest News Dilute organic waste processing Food Feed or Fuel RENTEC signs contracts to develop CDM projects in Dominican Republic Statistics Visitors 611567 Popular

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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    multiple sources of energy and sustainable bio based Carbon fuels RENTEC was one of the first Canadian companies to recognize the renewable energy and resource potential of anaerobic digestion of wastes colloquially known as biogas technology Discharges of Bio Carbon wastes from agriculture and human settlements particularly carbon and nutrient heavy wastewater have a tremendous environmental impact and are a costly social burden at time of treatment and remediation RENTEC has made it its mission to turn these organic waste problems into projects that benefit socio economic development the environment as well as financial returns Since inception RENTEC and its partners have advanced knowledge science and engineering to harness natural microbial colonies for processing of these organic wastes into value added products and energy efficiently To that end RENTEC has developed some of the most advanced special application bio reactor technologies for the field of organic waste processing The strategic alliances and partnerships we have established along the way with researchers institutes complementary technology providers and firms as well as government organizations provide us with a sound platform for project development worldwide RENTEC can be your technology provider outside consultant or project partners in all matters of bio energy and bio resource development Our knowledge experience and partners are increasing steadily with combined references in the following areas Education Environmental impact assessments Analytical process technology assessments and evaluations Organic potentials and relevant feasibility studies Technical CDM project development Emission reduction value assessment AD technology transfer Power generation Process Optimization Design planning engineering construction management operation and optimization of biogas and biogenic energy facilities Some of the industries and organizations with the highest earning potential from in house waste conversions are municipalities slaughterhouses abattoirs food processors cash crop processing facilities such as sugar mills grain processors etc fruit and beverage industries

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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    in these very dilute streams Last Updated Jul 19 2009 at 06 43 PM Read more RENTEC signs contracts to develop CDM projects in Dominican Republic Written by administrator Apr 28 2008 at 12 33 PM As part of the Dominican Republic s first annual international energy fair in Santo Domingo RENTEC signs framework contracts for CDM project development with the assistance of the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service With work already underway and first projects expected to be operational as early as fall of 2008 the projects are on course to demonstrate the commercial viability of Carbon Credit project financing in the Dominican Republic livestock industry Last Updated May 01 2008 at 07 29 PM Read more Next Generation Bioenergy Biofuels Written by administrator Apr 04 2008 at 05 23 PM RENTEC believes that sustainable energy development is only possible by splicing into self sustaining and fully self renewing natural biological systems rather than attempting to impose new biological systems for either first second or n generation bio energy fuel production We have designed next generation balanced energy technologies and fuel production facilities that work within nature s bionomic confines taking a systemic self sustaining approach that does not require

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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    multiple sources of energy and sustainable bio based Carbon fuels RENTEC was one of the first Canadian companies to recognize the renewable energy and resource potential of anaerobic digestion of wastes colloquially known as biogas technology Discharges of Bio Carbon wastes from agriculture and human settlements particularly carbon and nutrient heavy wastewater have a tremendous environmental impact and are a costly social burden at time of treatment and remediation RENTEC has made it its mission to turn these organic waste problems into projects that benefit socio economic development the environment as well as financial returns Since inception RENTEC and its partners have advanced knowledge science and engineering to harness natural microbial colonies for processing of these organic wastes into value added products and energy efficiently To that end RENTEC has developed some of the most advanced special application bio reactor technologies for the field of organic waste processing The strategic alliances and partnerships we have established along the way with researchers institutes complementary technology providers and firms as well as government organizations provide us with a sound platform for project development worldwide RENTEC can be your technology provider outside consultant or project partners in all matters of bio energy and bio resource development Our knowledge experience and partners are increasing steadily with combined references in the following areas Education Environmental impact assessments Analytical process technology assessments and evaluations Organic potentials and relevant feasibility studies Technical CDM project development Emission reduction value assessment AD technology transfer Power generation Process Optimization Design planning engineering construction management operation and optimization of biogas and biogenic energy facilities Some of the industries and organizations with the highest earning potential from in house waste conversions are municipalities slaughterhouses abattoirs food processors cash crop processing facilities such as sugar mills grain processors etc fruit and beverage industries

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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    and carbon dioxide Our technologies are designed to harness full biological process production capabilities decrease or eliminate environmental footprints and actively reduce GHG emissions Liquid Biofuel Production Systems Liquid fuels derived from complementary biological processes that do not produce waste are essential to sustainable processes As fossil resources diminish our fuels and energy carriers have to be derived increasingly by means of sustainable processes that operate within natural principles without

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    Username Password Remember me Password Reminder Syndicate Advanced Search Search Keyword Any words All words Exact phrase Ordering Newest first Oldest first Most popular Alphabetical Section Category Search Latest News Dilute organic waste processing Food Feed or Fuel RENTEC signs contracts to develop CDM projects in Dominican Republic Statistics Visitors 611567 Popular High Density Hydraulic Reactor HDHR Technology 13404 hits Embedded Slow Biomethane Reactor ESBR Technology 13209 hits Hydraulic Biogas

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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    Removal of sediments and non digestible matter is part of the normal operating cycle of a properly designed hydraulic reactor What are digester cross flows Written by administrator Apr 01 2008 at 09 10 PM Crossflows occur when undigested incoming material can mix with outgoing digested material this typically happens in single vessel partial or full mix digesters Plug flow digesters when properly operated as well as our hydaulic designs avoid crossflows altogether In our HDHR design crossflows are completely impossible Last Updated Apr 01 2008 at 09 12 PM What can I do with the digested effluent Written by administrator Apr 01 2008 at 09 05 PM The digested effluent digestate as long as digestion is was complete and no crossflows occured can either be used directly as high quality liquid fertilizer or further processed depending on requirement Separation of the liquid from the solid phase is a common practice when large quantities of digestate are produced Dewatering and drying of the digestate is a possibility depending on requirements How expensive is a system Written by administrator Apr 01 2008 at 09 01 PM It has been tried in the past to quantify anaerobic digester turnkey system price based on tonnage processed reactor volume etc Unfortunately costs do not behave in a linear fashion As a result there is no general flat per kWh per cubic meter biogas per cubic meter reactor volume etc cost figure Each project has its own dynamics Currently based on cost benefit analysis of systems and in terms of scale systems based on our hydraulic mixing digester s are suited for processing as little as 2000 metric tons of substrate a year In agricultural terms this would translate into approximately 110 head of dairy or 1200 sows or several thousand head of poultry depending

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