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Development of a Novel Microwave Plasma Gasification Plant

Development of a Novel Microwave Plasma Gasification Plant

Stopford is leading a £1.7M project in partnership with Liverpool John Moore’s University, United Utilities and Finning UK, to develop a novel microwave plasma gasification scheme to provide an alternative method for the treatment of screenings waste and sludge cake in the water industry. A project team comprising scientists, technologists and engineers has enabled the design, scale-up, operation and testing of this novel process technology. Current testing and optimisation of the intermediate scale reactor is being used to inform the design of the demonstration scale facility which is scheduled for commissioning in Q4 2015.

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