HEPC PROJECT DEVELOPMENT
HEPC USP Unique Selling Points
Energy from Waste
HEPC works with extremely experienced companies in Europe to design and build equipment for waste energy management. Our partners have various plants and options at their sites for processing waste flows. Whether material needs to be separated, composted, stored, dumped or incinerated. Processing waste flows often involves customization, HEPC partners are always happy to investigate, together with our clients to find the best processing method for their waste flows. This means we can offer our clients optimum service and quality, as well as contribute to a sustainable future for everyone. Our partners have also built up considerable knowledge of the market and developments in our area of work, allowing us to find the best solution together based on a wide perspective.
HEPC is in a process of soliciting water projects in Tanzania, Gabon, South Sudan, Nigeria, United States and Latin America. In these projects we want to be stewards of the public’s water infrastructure, fiscal and natural resources. We aim at providing our customers the quantities of water they desire and at a quality level that meets or exceeds both customer and regulatory standards.
Our experts develop and manufacture, supplies and maintains facilities for producers of vegetable and floricultural crops. Additionally, there is also continuous utilization of 'combined strengths' and years of international experience to help improve business results in the Protected Horticulture. We are also able to provide cultivation systems for the growers of today and tomorrow, including substrate cultivation, hydroponics, tables and containers, multi-layer cultivation and internal transport systems.
The fourth and last component of the HEPC Ecosystem cycle is Livestock. In essence this means that for an Ecosystem project between 4,000 and 8,000 thousand Friesian cows will be imported from the Netherlands.
Each cow will produce a average of 25 liters of milk per day which totals between 100,000 and 200,000 liters of milk per day. This not only provides important basic nutrition for children and adults but also a constant income that make the farm sustainable.
At the same time these cows provide us a great amount of manure which is necessary to process into bio-gas at the HEPC energy plant.
For some interesting information on how Manure is turned into Fuel, refer to this source:
Manure for Fuel:
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In order to continually produce energy in the energy plant, a supply and a stable production of manure will be guaranteed by keeping livestock. HEPC ensures that Livestock breeding is done with best proven technology.
➢ 4000-8000 cows depending on local needs.
➢ Continually supply a stable production of manure to the HEPC. Waste Energy & HEPC Water Plant.
➢ HEPC Livestock business provides milk & meat.
➢ Abattoir and packaged meat for local market and export.
➢ Options: Liquid manure.The image on the right is from this source: