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Pyroclast Carbon®️

The Pyroclast® employs patented technology to achieve clean emissions with typical municipal solid waste. Where a more toxic waste is to be disposed of, for example clinical waste, a separate emissions control module may be added.

Clean Pyrolysis

The pyrolysis technology offered by Organics involves the use of heat in the complete absence of air. Without air, combustion is not possible. Therefore, The resultant reactions are clean and complete, maximizing power production. The resultant biochar is of a high quality.

Pyrolysis T-Range

Typical use of the T Range involves the disposal of municipal solid waste for medium to large sized population centres of between forty thousand and four hundred thousand people, such as may be found in many towns and rural community centres.


Where waste heat is available in adequate quantities, either in the form of landfill gas or waste heat recovery systems from power generation equipment, evaporation offers an attractive solution to the problem of leachate disposal.

AD Food Waste

Over a billion tonnes of edible food – equivalent to almost one-third of global production – is wasted annually by the world. This would be enough to feed three billion people, according to a recent report by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations.


Waste can come in many forms suitable for energy recovery. The processing of agricultural products, such as tapioca, palm oil, rice, and coconuts leaves significant quantities of solid and liquid effluent which can be processed to produce energy.

CH4 Liquifaction

Methane is the main component of biogas and is generated from landfill sites, anaerobic digestion of food waste, and organic agricultural waste. Biogas is increasingly being used as a fuel source, not only to generate electricity but also, after cleaning, as a fuel directly in vehicles.

Cattle and CH4

The anaerobic digestion of cattle involves the breakdown of organic waste by bacteria in an oxygen-free environment resulting in safe treatment and the production of biogas that can be used in the generation of power either for on-site use or for export.

LFG Energy

The use of landfill gas for electricity generation is an established commercial activity. The days of risk assessment and uncertainty have long since passed. The risk remains of the availability of landfill gas during the contract term, and gas proving is necessary.

H2S Filtration

Anaerobic digestion of organic material produces methane and carbon dioxide. It can also lead to the production of other trace gases, such as hydrogen sulphide. H2S has an unpleasant odour and can cause the rapid corrosion of carbon steel.

SC Flares

The SC Class of flare stacks provides a realistically priced option to control emissions from biogas. The key is to raise the temperature of the combustion process to at least 1,000ºC and retain the combusted gases at this temperature for the required retention time.

SMART Flares

The Organics SMART flare technology is intended for use in situations where there are concerns with emissions from landfill gas flares. The principal objective is to reduce exhaust gas concentrations of the oxides of nitrogen. The flare can also destroy ammonia gas.

Gas Chillers

Gas chillers are employed to reduce the moisture content of process gas streams. As well as removing moisture, chillers will also reduce the concentration of chemical compounds such as ammonia and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs).

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Ammonia Stripping

Thermally-driven ammonia stripping offers an alternative route to that of pH adjustment for continuous process ammonia stripping. With a thermally-driven stripper, no chemical additions are required, apart from the minor addition of an anti-foam agent.

Solar Flares

Interest in solar flares has been on the increase in recent years. These tools provide low-energy, low-cost flaring techniques for a medium to long-term solution of landfill gas control and combustion at a low flow rate. They are also highly mobile.

The Pyroclast™

The Pyroclast is a mobile unit that converts organic material into biochar. This datasheet provides a short-form graphical introduction to the Pyroclast and details how it can be employed for volume reduction of waste, the production of biochar and the generation of heat and energy.

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The Pyroclast™

The Pyroclast pyrolysis unit is designed for final waste disposal. This is its primary intent. Energy recovery can easily be added. The unit can also be used to produce biochar as a powerful mechanism for removing atmospheric carbon. This is the long-form datasheet.

Thermal Treatment

The technology involved in the process of thermal treatment of hazardous waste is an advanced thermal conversion technology suitable for a wide range of wastes and non-fossil fuels using pyrolysis, optional gasification, and high-temperature oxidation.


The technology involved in the production of Compressed Biomethane  or Bio Compressed Natural Gas (BioCNG) is well-developed, tried, and tested. Biomethane may be produced from different sources, such as landfill gas or biogas produced by the anaerobic digestion of municipal solid waste, manures, agricultural waste, tapioca mill effluent, and palm oil mill effluent (POME), to name but a few.

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Palm Oil Mill Effluent

Organics can supply individual components within a complete system, or all of the components required to make up a complete system. Organics has been active in this sector in SE Asia since 2002 and has a wide experience with all elements of such systems, from equipment design, to gas production technologies and energy generation using engines operating with biogas.

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Biogas Feed Train

A biogas feed train consists of a gas blower, normally with automatic suction pressure control, and equipment to treat the biogas. Treatment may be to reduce trace gas composition, reduce or remove bulk gases, dry the biogas to an acceptable moisture content, and filter to a micron level for particulates. Organics offers a range of such technologies, as a single plant ready-for-duty package.


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