Website aimed at spreading public awareness about the project.
Dynamis Energy LLC, Eagle, Idaho, has launched its new www.adagreenenergy.com website offering pages of detailed information on the Ada County (Idaho) Waste-to-Energy (WTE) plant proposed for the Hidden Hollow Landfill location.
Lloyd Mahaffey, CEO and Chairman of Dynamis Energy, states, "We have launched our new website to be a comprehensive information resource for the public to learn more specifics about our green waste-to-energy plant, its technology, projected emissions and to further promote the environmental awareness we share with each local resident in our community."
The new website offers the following information:
• facility plans and artist renderings;
• specifics about how Dynamis' thermal oxidation system differs from incineration facilities;
• a Dynamis 3.0 Technology overview;
• comparison charts showing municipal solid waste distribution percentages at the landfill;
• calculation breakdowns of the amount of tires as a percentage of the waste stream Dynamis will process daily;
• photos of Dynamis' primary fabrication progress;
• the Dynamis project's positive financial impact for Ada County;
• projected construction and operation jobs generated for Ada County;
• detailed narrative on the breadth of federal and state regulations and standards required for permitting and operation of the plant;
• regulatory enforcement statistics;
• detailed emissions data and projections of NOx, SOx, and annual particulate matter;
• specifics on how Dynamis' Technology minimizes formation and maximizes destruction of dioxins;
• dioxin comparison and potential to emit charts; HCL emission comparisons;
• details on Dynamis' continuous emissions monitoring system for Nitrogen Oxides, Sulfur Oxides, Carbon Monoxide, Opacity and Oxygen, load level, flue gas temperature, and CEMS drift;
• landfill versus WTE sources potential to emit calculations;
• full emissions impact analysis IDEQ permitting timeline;
• details on Dynamis' operations and safety procedures;
• requirements for operational certification; and
• a detailed historical timeline of the Dynamis Technology.
Mahaffey continues, "Just as the federal EPA and Idaho DEQ permitting and monitoring processes are, thankfully for us all, rigorous, there is no denying that our technology and the process of converting municipal solid waste into energy through gasification is very technical and complex as are data on projected emissions from these facilities. We are continually working to provide the public with opportunities to learn the facts pertaining to our plant and the Waste-to-Energy process as a whole."