07 Jan 2015
Hi in a thread some 4yrs ago aussepom wrote:
09 Jul 2010
There is a solution to this but it seems that no one has took my posts seriously, but it seems that soon I will be able to go to the second phase with the energy conversion unit, it could have been up and running long ago, My brother still in the UK has been trying to get the politicians there interested, but it seems that they do not want to listen.
I thought that 3megawatts of steady heat energy, from 12 lts a minuet of waste water would interest any one.
To beat that it can be retrofitted to any type of boiler large or small, for the bigger boilers you may need several of the 9MW units, 36lt per min. the best part is that you can recycle up to 90% of all the stack output as there is ZERO emission's. A dream, no the technology has been proven, I did not have any funds to continue, now I have enough to go to the next stage.
there was a reply from
23 Jul 2010
Dear aussepom: We cannot find how to contact you. If you are real with your technology give us a link. SimHull
So to give you some insight into this, I am that aussepom, here as tarak as my old emails we no longer valid.
the technology was tested in 2005/6 and converted water into a plasma, it was not stale at that time but it could be kept as long as 1 min intervals. since then my wife passed away and the project was shelved.
last year that project has been revisited and is now being updated and modified with the information that was gained from the initial testing. There has been a company set up for the development of various uses, when it has been tested,and once the unit is up and running again. waste water can be used providing it has been treated with the Electrowast process, also desalination can be done cheaply using the same technology, as with solid waste to energy. so the contact detail that some one wanted is as follows.
firstname.lastname@example.org subject as power generation. Why Scottish power want billions to put up wind generation make no sense when this technology could be a better investment.