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Green renewable municipal solid waste to energy plant project financingEF123 is funding developments and financing projects of municipal solid waste (MSW) to energy which refers to any trash treatment as to create power in the form of heat, biofuels or electricity from a trash disposal landfill source. This is a green, renewable and sustainable source because it's fuel is trash and garbage and will always be plentiful and can never be depleted as long as humans exist. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, it is a clean, reliable, renewable source of power. The U.S. burns about 14 percent of its trash and there are over 90 MSW conversion facilities in the United States.

TERMS - OPTIONS: At EF123, options for financing projects for municipal solid waste to energy plants developments include funding techniques that can include debt and / or equity infusion. We can provide up to 100% debt capitalization which is available for qualified business models. Other options can include up to 100% loan to cost / value by using  debt in combination with equity injection. A typical ratio could be 75% / 25% debt to equity but can vary depending the business model. Municipal solid waste to energy plant development projects require financing  and funding obviously to get off the ground. This is not as daunting of a challenge as you might imagine if you have the right professional representation. Developing MSW can be done with 100% debt and or equity as mentioned above with a strong business plan. This means minimal capital requirements from the sponsors and developers. On the 100% debt only programs, payment moratoriums for up to nearly 4 years allow for cash flow stabilization before servicing the debt is required. Some lender / investors don't require that the physical assets be securitized or liened for loan purposes. 100% debt programs allow the sponsors keep all of the equity among themselves. The tax credits are even retained by the sponsors on these programs. Payment amortization schedules as high as 20 years provide for optimized cash flow. To pre-qualify your municipal solid waste to energy plant project development for financing - funding, click here.

These facilities work a lot like coal fired power facilities in some respects. The difference is the fuel that is burned. MSW uses trash or garbage instead of coal to fire an industrial boilers to create steam. We provide project financing funding municipal solid waste to energy developments for plants that produce biofuels as well. Fuels and electricity can be produced at the same facility. Some similarities in MSW vs. coal fired are that the heat generated turns water into high pressure steam which turns turbine generators for electricity or can be used for heating systems. After combustion is complete in many facilities, the ash residue cools and magnets and other mechanical devices pull out metals for recycling. This is an important step, since a waste to energy facility can recycle thousands of tons of metals from its process.

One of the more advanced technologies in burning trash is the air quality or pollution emission control system. Facilities today must meet some of the most stringent environmental standards in the world. They employ the most technologically advanced emission control equipment available. This includes scrubbers to control acidic gases, filters to control particulate release, selective non-catalytic reduction (SNCR) to control nitrogen oxides, and carbon injection to control mercury and organic emission releases.

A main concern is the disposal of the ash after trash is burned. This consideration is scrutinized by lenders and investors that do the financing funding municipal solid waste to energy plants, projects and developments. Ash can contain large amounts of various metals and other environmentally harmful chemicals that were contained in the original trash that was burned. The ash is tested and analyzed for contaminant substances and can then be recycled for many commercial uses. A high percentage of the leftover ash can be used in the construction of roads and to make cement for numerous industrial and commercial uses.

We at EF123 provide the necessary funding financing municipal solid waste to energy plant project developments so that we can harvest the otherwise wasted organic resource to be used as cellulosic ethanol fuel. Organic material processed for human consumption deteriorates in landfills across the world. Whether paper, food garbage or raked leaves, the remnants still contain an element of cellulose, a sugar in organics that bonds with the chemical compound lignin to provide the structure. Microbes living in the dumps and landfills break down this cellulose into methane gas, which eventually rises to the surface and into our atmosphere. Methane is a potent greenhouse gas that has negative effects on our environment.

In today's modern society the average American citizen throws away about 5 pounds of trash each and every day. We are producing more and more trash that ends up in landfills every year. Densely populated metropolitan areas are running out of space for new landfill dump sites to accommodate all this trash. These areas would benefit the most from this type of power production because the source of fuel is readily available and sustainable in large, uninterrupted supplies. Environmental pollution will be greatly reduced and there will be more availability of space for landfills. In 1000 pounds of typical trash and garbage, more than 800 pounds can be burned as fuel to generate electricity. A ton of garbage generates about 525 kilowatt-hours of electricity which is enough power to heat a typical office building for a day. In biofuel production, seventy gallons or more can be produced from a ton or garbage.

 

 

 

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