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For ages energy and pollution was believed to always come in pair; whenever energy is generated, pollution is also created. And since energy is something that has become indispensable, humanity has learned to live together with the pollutants he creates. But as time went on, mankind began to reap what he sowed, global warming has worsened to the extent that it has caused several species of animals and plants to go extinct – us humans could be the next to face extinction.
The challenge is how man will satisfy his growing need for energy while not causing more harm to the environment. With much advancement in technology, many alternative sources of energy have been explored and developed. The sustainability industry or the use of green energy has gained worldwide acceptance. But such renewable sources of energy such as solar, wind and hydro power have all failed to suffice for humanity’s insatiable appetite for energy. The cost of investment required to commercialize such energy sources has also been a big issue.
Amidst the frustration and anxiety, a breakthrough that has revolutionized the face of all eco-friendly technologies has emerged, the biosphere technology. Biosphere technology uses biosphere machines to subject solid wastes under a gasification process that harnesses the combustibility of such wastes and turns it into clean electricity. The biosphere technology was invented by Dr. Chris McCormack, the CEO of Global Environmental Energy Corporation (GEECF). And The Biosphere MK-V is the materialization of the said technology.
Biosphere Technologies can generate energy more efficiently than oil with only a small fraction of the costs, and the biosphere process produces almost no harmful by-products. It can also be noted, that using biosphere gasification disposes of waste in the safest and most efficient manner. The United Nations has acknowledged the potentials of biosphere technologies and has headed a worldwide campaign of further developing biosphere facilities with the aim of making biosphere electricity the chief source of energy in the not so distant future.
A single biosphere facility can recycle up to 720 tons of garbage and destroy up to 172 tons of non-recyclable garbage per day. Many developed countries have already begun their transition from traditional sources of energy to biosphere technologies. The United States of America, United Kingdom, Germany, Beirut, China, Taiwan, Brazil, Libya, Italy, Canada, West Africa, Singapore, China, Japan, Russia, Canada, Philippines and many other countries already have their own functional biosphere plants for they believe in the technology’s potential in answering both energy and waste disposal problems.
The biosphere technology is our greatest hope in saving mother earth from further pollution and cleaning up the environment from currently scattered wastes. Converting waste into energy is no longer a dream of the future, the technology to do it is now on our hands. Let us all patronage the generation of clean and green electricity through biosphere technologies.Tags: chris mccormack, fight pollution, geecf, global environmental energy, renewable sources of energy
Environmental technology (envirotech) or green technology (greentech) or clean technology (cleantech) is the utilization of the environmental science to preserve our natural environment and resources, and to reduce the negative effects of human activity. Environmental technology is centered on sustainable development.
Gasification is one example of green technology. It involves a combination of techniques aimed at pulling out energy from various types of organic matter. Gasification is a process that breaks down carbonaceous materials like coal, petroleum, biofuel, or biomass, and turns them into carbon monoxide and hydrogen by using extremely high temperatures and controlled amounts of oxygen and/or steam to turn raw material, for instance house waste, or compost, into gas. The gas mixture produced through gasification is called synthesis gas. Syngas in itself is a form of fuel. It is composed mainly of hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and carbon monoxide and has less than half the energy density of natural gas.
The latest form of gasification is the revolutionary Biosphere Technology which was created and developed by the renowned author of various original contributions in scientific literature, Dr. Chris McCormack. Dr. McCormack also serves as the Chairman and CEO of Global Environmental Energy Corporation (GEECF). Biosphere Technology siphons the combustibility of solid wastes and transforms it into a fuel that generates steam of extreme heat which in turn produces green electricity. What makes the Biosphere process unique is the fact that it is performed in a controlled environment of limited oxygen to limit most of the resulting atmospheric emissions. The biosphere chamber is where the biosphere process begins. It is where the solid wastes are placed and subjected to thermal transformation to convert them into syngas. The syngas is then transferred into a combined cycle gas/steam turbine from which electricity is generated.
“Biosphere MK-V” is the materialization of the BioSphere process as a means of generating green energy while at the same time putting into effect the clean disposal of energy wastes.
The By-Products of Biosphere Technology
Pozzolanic Ash is very rust resistant which makes it the chief component of rustproof materials built for underwater use. The high alkalinity of pozzolana also makes it especially resistant to usual types of sulfate corrosion. Fully hardened Pozzolanic Ash is also highly resistant to water absorption and spalling.
High Alloy Steel Wire
HASW is an alloy wire that “remembers” its original, cold-forged shape: returning the pre-deformed shape by heating. This material is a lightweight, solid-state alternative to conventional actuators such as hydraulic, pneumatic, and motor-based systems. Shape memory alloys have applications in industries including medical and aerospace.
The most frequent utilization of carbon black is as a tincture and reinforcing phase in automobile tires. Carbon black is also very helpful in absorbing heat away from the tread and belt area of the tire, resulting to reduced thermal damage and increased tire life. Carbon black particles are also being used as components in several radar absorbent materials and in photocopier and laser printer toner.
Electricity is an extremely flexible form of energy, and has been adapted to a huge, and growing, number of uses. Although electrification brought with it its own dangers, replacing the naked flames of gas lighting greatly reduced fire hazards within homes and factories. Public utilities were set up in many cities targeting the burgeoning market for electrical lighting.
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The whole world is now challenged with various environmental problems while faced to the biggest challenge of development which is the need for energy strategy that could substitute oil dependency and sustain the growing demand of energy. Exploration on renewable sources such as geothermal, solar, wind and hydro energy has been already considered nevertheless the fact remains that these are not enough to meet the world’s increasing energy demands. Of course there is also the debate regarding the cost of these alternatives if nations are going to put up large scale power plants. The underlying problem now is; how are we supposed to resolve the energy problem if we could not rely entirely with the above mentioned alternatives?
We cannot deny the reality that our planet earth needs cleaner and greener energy source while we, as humans need energy for survival and development. And all energy sources mentioned above either it is considered green or not has its own negative aspects. Social activist Robert Alan has said that, “We can create a more sustainable, cleaner and safer world by making wiser energy choices.” How are we supposed to resolve this energy problem without creating environment impacts?
Could it be that green technologies like biosphere technology is the answer to our energy and environmental problems? Scrutinizing what this technology does can help us decide.
Biosphere technology is a waste to energy system which is confirmed a renewable energy source. It uses gasification process which is good for the environment since it does not emit harmful atmospheric emissions unlike other standard thermal conversions. This technology is an invention of Dr. Chris McCormack, the CEO and Chairman of Global Environmental Energy Corporation (GEECF). With this technology the environmental burdens of wastes can be eliminated totally through conversion of waste materials into green energy. Therefore it would allow us to rely on green energy which is more efficient than fossil fuels and far more affordable than other renewable sources.
Moreover, it solves both waste management and energy problems. A single biosphere facility can recycle up to 720 tons of garbage and destroy up to 172 tons of non-recyclable garbage per day. During its process the calorific value (combustibility) of Municipal Solid Wastes (MSW) is sequestered to create a heat source that produces super-heated steam via boiler, which then drives a combination steam turbine/alternator for green energy generation.
The technology is now widely used in developed countries around the world including United States of America, United Kingdom, Germany, Beirut, China, Taiwan, Brazil, Libya, Italy, Canada, West Africa, Singapore, China, Japan, Russia and Canada. Many nations are adopting the technology for it has been proven to be effective in solving both energy problems and environmental problems brought by wastes.
Undeniably, the answer to energy and environmental problems is Biosphere Technology. The choice is still in our hands. We just have to make a wiser energy choice and help restore our environment.Tags: atmospheric emissions, chris mccormack, environmental burdens, global environmental energy, renewable energy source
Bio energy is a now being one of the basic utterances of the mass nowadays. Proving itself to be more significant to not only for future generations but to the current world today. This is one of the too many aids to help out our natural habitat. Wouldn’t it be nice to use something that would not destroy the planet? Where does its significance to the environment fit for shifting to the use of bio electric?
Climate change has not yet been an eye-catching issue for most of us today. We forcibly think of different pleasures and pay attention to the non significant things that are a lot more entertaining I’d rather say. The impending dramatic change in our environment could not only drastically jeopardize our habitat but it also destructively affects habitats of other species as well. Up until we don’t strive to get perceive the information that is being spoon fed to us soon it will be too late to alter the damages that have been made. Let us explore the possibilities of the ever changing world and let this article guide you with the enlightenment of this precious knowledge that we must pertain in our minds. Let us explore the context of the cause and effect of using biosphere technology.
What is biosphere technology?
As we all know, biosphere technology was founded and developed by Dr. Chris McCormack who has previously been involved in an advance number of environmental friendly companies promoting alternatives to both landfill and older unsustainable polluting technologies. The product of his research came to what we now know as biosphere technology or gasification. This is a process wherein it converts carbonaceous materials such as biofuel, biomass, carbon monoxide and hydrogen that reacts to the raw materials at high temperatures where there is a controlled amount of oxygen or steam that is emitted or present.
How this can benefits us? Let us find out….
Advantages of biosphere technologies are that it is much more efficient than of direct combustion. Due to the fact that it can be combusted directly in internal combustion engines that produces hydrogen that is converted to synthetic fuel. Gasification also begins with a material that doesn’t use fuel. It refines out mordant ash elements such as chloride and potassium allowing clean gas production. It can advance any organic material including biomass and plastic waste and as a result is to syngas that can be combusted that can be used for power productions.
Population and economic growth thus is one of the major factors why we are experiencing climate change today. As technological advancements for the biosphere machine has taken its toll, belief such as preserving nature and human affairs would improve with outmost conditions than of the past. Accelerating technology enhancements gives the ideas for the progress thus therefore; the progress is a real option.
Through the biosphere technology, our trash is reborn into far more by products that could be introduced to the current market that would be beneficial to the environment. The essence of protecting the environment is something paramount and comprehensible to us. It depends on its living shell to create a one of a kind condition which life for all human beings is sustainable. When we destroy the ecosystem that would lead to the point that species are extinguished; we degrade the greatest inheritance this planet can offer and thereby threaten our own existence.
The more that we move toward to a sustainable lifestyle the better; making it sustainable to live easily and to engage in beginning to live in a greener life would not only benefit you but others as well.Tags: advance number, carbonaceous materials, chris mccormack, high temperatures, precious knowledge
While most countries are now challenged with many environmental problems, they are as well faced to the biggest challenge of development which is to have an energy strategy that could substitute oil dependency and sustain the growing energy needs. Exploration on renewable sources such as solar, wind and hydro energy has been already considered however the fact remains that these are not enough to meet the country’s growing energy demands. Of course there is also the debate regarding the cost of these alternatives if governments are going to put up large scale power plants. Now the question is; how are we supposed to resolve the energy problem if we could not rely entirely with the above mentioned alternatives?
The good thing about this, there’s a great technology now which can change the way we consume and generate energy. This is the biosphere gasification technology invented by Dr. Chris McCormack, the CEO of Global Environmental Energy Corporation (GEECF). The Biosphere process has been developed and employed in the manufacturing of clean energy disposal system known as The Biosphere MK-V. It would allow us to rely on green energy which is more efficient with oil and far more affordable than other renewable sources. Achieving both with biosphere technology would also means economic security not to mention the environmental benefits we could get through this technology.
A single biosphere facility can recycle up to 720 tons of garbage and destroy up to 172 tons of non-recyclable garbage per day. The technology uses gasification process where in it harnesses the calorific value (combustibility) of Municipal Solid Wastes (MSW) to create a heat source that produces super-heated steam via boiler, which drives a combination stream turbine/alternator thus generating green electricity.
The technology is already being used in developed countries around the world including United States of America, United Kingdom, Germany, Beirut, China, Taiwan, Brazil, Libya, Italy, Canada, West Africa, Singapore, China, Japan, Russia and Canada. Many nations are adopting the technology for it has been proven to be effective in solving both energy problems and environmental problems brought by wastes.
In the Philippines, the construction of biosphere process facilities has already started through Spectrum Blue Steel Corporation (SBSC). On June 2, 2008, Biosphere Development Corporation had a biosphere technology license agreement (BTLA) with SBSC granting the SBSC an exclusive license to market, sell, or lease, install and operate the biosphere process and technology in the Philippines. SBSC has started the campaign on deploying the biosphere projects in cities and municipalities all over the Philippines in 2009. Right now, SBSC is continuously encouraging other local government units in the Philippines to use the technology. SBSC believes that the launching of biosphere facilities would really help the country in providing reliable solutions for its huge demand for green energy not to mention its environmental problems brought by inefficient wastes management.
Undeniably, the answer to energy and environmental problems is Biosphere Technology. Imagine, with this technology countries could have unlimited resource of energy while helping clean the environment. What could be better than this? For more information about this technology, log on to http://spectrumbluesteel.com/.Tags: chris mccormack, combustibility, energy disposal, gasification technology, global environmental energy