1) The problem is Waste. Landfills are filling up.
Article title – Green Earth Energy Builds the RCBC Waste to Energy System in Milan, Tennessee to Provide 100% Zero Landfill Waste Management for Customers
Website name – PRWeb
Website link – http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/06/prweb12759872.htm
Name of technology/brand – Green Earth Energy has restructured their waste and recycling facility in Milan, Tennessee to support the RCBC Waste to Energy system.
What the technology does – With the RCBC Waste to Energy system, Green Earth Energy will be using an average of 85 – 100 tons of fuel a day from a variety of manufacturing and household waste to fuel the RCBC boiler resulting in 1.5 – 2.5 megawatts of electricity.
How the technology addresses the problem – The RCBC provides 100% ZERO landfill waste management.
Appropriate tags – #zerolandfill, #wastetoenergy, #Tennesseeyoulaterlandfillwaste
3) Stakeholders that will need to use the technology found include the Green Earth Energy’s waste and recycling facility management team / engineers and the RCBC installation team.
4) Three steps to deploying this technology include:
Step 1 – Define the need by determining the amount of waste created per day and forecast future demand. Deploying this technology requires the determination of how much technology to deploy.
Step 2 – Prepare a budget to determine how you will pay for deployment & ongoing operations. Deploying this technology requires the determination of how much this technology will cost, which then requires the approval of management.
Step 3 – Set up a meeting with the RCBC sales manager (or other Waste to Energy system manufacturer) to discuss installation options and functional requirements of implementing the RCBC Waste to Energy system. Be sure to include the facility management team / engineers.