The Peak Eco Energy T.A.G Systems for extraction of energy can use most organic materials , such as biomass, rubber, olive stones, fish- and slaughtered animal waste including some contaminated and deposited materials, for production of quality gas.

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The first prototype was made in cooperation with Pininfarina in Uddevalla, Sweden. This initial technical design had to be re-evalueted and re-vamped to higher specification, carried out within the Peak company.

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The precious resources of the world are exposed to heavy exploitation resulting in harmful global environmental impacts as a serious consequence.

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T.A.G. Systems – new tests have been carried out

Thursday, January 16, 2014 @ 08:01 PM
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Organic waste such as rubber, plasic, different kinds of industrial waste, bio substances, fish waste, sorted household waste, some contaminated and deposited materials can be transformed into gas to generate electricity or alternatively be reclaimed as raw material to be stored, sold or refined as parts in new products.

During 2012 the following materials have been successfully tested:

  • Sludge from Seawage treatment works
  • Fish waste from fishing industries
  • Tyre waste
  • Slaughtered animal waste

The tests have been successful and the content of energy retrieved has been analysed.

Visits from Norway

Thursday, January 16, 2014 @ 08:01 PM
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Potential customers from Norway interested in the recycling of slaughtered animal waste into renewable energy such as gas for production of electriciy has ben great. Initial tests results of this type of animal waste including general sewage sludge waste will be registered and available.

At a second meeting tests on worn out car tyres will be carried out and the test results will be analysed and registrered accordingly.

The Peak Eco Energy generates great attention in Germany

Thursday, January 16, 2014 @ 08:01 PM
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The working solutions of Peak Eco Energy T.A,G. Systems has already created interests and attention in Germany where the decision to close down its nuclear power stations and the general resistance against coal power electricity production has forced the government to search for new, effective solutions corresponding to pressing environmental demands.

The building of full-sized production plant

Thursday, January 16, 2014 @ 08:01 PM
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The building of a full-sized production plant

Peak Eco Energy has signed agreements with manufacturers and subcontractors for the building of a production plant an are under testing.