“Green” projects can bring positive press and attention to otherwise scrutinized industries, such as mining, landfills, wastewater, food and beverage production, and other traditional “waste” streams. In addition to the corporate social responsibility aspect, purifying gas can bring in additional revenue.

CleanCap Technologies’ specializes in clean energy development projects. Renewables provide environmental benefits improving air quality, achieving government mandates, and qualifying for renewable monetary incentives such as renewable identification numbers (RINS). We have extensive knowledge and experience handling every step of the process, assisting with permitting, process design, engineering, equipment selection, fabrication, installation, and service. Combined, our team has managed nearly 500 projects for gas upgrading, with flows ranging from <50 SCFM to >100,000 SCFM. With over two-centuries of collective experience, the CleanCap team consists of globally recognized technology experts in thermal oxidation, membrane, adsorption, scrubbing, and other process technologies. These connections allow for streamlined integration with the system balance for quality control and a compressed schedule. In addition to the carbon offsetting benefits that renewable projects with CleanCap equipment offer, these projects support communities with jobs and economic growth.

Clean Energy Opportunities Include:

Solid Waste: Many products, such as medical waste and tires, that head for dirty incineration or into landfills as a wasted filler can be thermally converted to higher energy byproducts that are used in everyday life. #landfilldiversion

Contaminated Process Gas: Industrial facilities produce the products used on this planet. Often times the emitted unused gas from the manufacturing processes contain harmful pollutants. These pollutants can be treated to less harmful chemicals while creating usable energy and minimizing the overall carbon footprint.

Carbon Dioxide (CO2): Carbon dioxide is being targeted as a primary component contributing to global warming. Many new ways are being used to permanently capture and sequester CO2 for use in building products, enhanced oil recovery (EOR), or simply permanent sequestration.

Renewable Natural Gas (RNG): The RNG created by other manufacturing and waste treatment processes is incredibly valuable because it can be used interchangeably with natural gas for heat, electricity, and even transportation.

Biomass: This is organic material that comes from plants and animals and is a renewable source of energy.

Sludge: Also known as slurry, sludge can be processed using anaerobic digestion, and turned into sellable hydrogen, carbon, and RNG.

Renewable Diesel: Also referred to as renewable hydrocarbon fuel, is a type of renewable fuel created from organic waste, using thermal or bio processing equipment.

Hydrogen: The most abundant element on the planet, hydrogen does not exist naturally in pure form, but it is expected to be a major factor in the low carbon energy transition.