Greentech Lead America: TurboSonic Technologies has
received $2.7 million order to supply its SonicKleen wet electrostatic
precipitator (WESP) technology to control emissions from a waste to energy
The clean air technologies provider will deliver the
equipment at the end of this calendar year.
TurboSonic Technologies claims that the SonicKleen WESP will
reduce particulate matter from a synthetic gas stream, which will be generated
by an oxygen-assisted plasma gasifier. The gasification energy from waste
process will convert residential and commercial waste diverted from landfill
into renewable power.
“This is the second order for TurboSonic’s SonicKleen
WESP technology from this customer. Many patented advanced features of the
SonicKleen WESP and our extensive design and application experience will be
significant factors in our future success. Given the current emphasis on energy
efficiency, waste-to-energy, and alternate fuel sources, this is a significant
step in TurboSonic’s penetration of this market,” said Edward Spink, CEO
TurboSonic Technologies’ products help companies in the
cement and mineral processing, ethanol & biofuels, metals & mining,
petrochemicals, power generation, pulp & paper, waste incineration, and
wood products industries meet the strictest emissions regulations, improve
performance and reduce operating costs.