ALCHEMY OIL - WASTE TO OIL
Sparta Georgia Waste Water Treatment Facility
Throughout the South and in remote locations across the United States. many towns use settling ponds or lagoons to collect municipal sewage as part of their waste water treatment process. In many cases, as in the photo shown on the left, duckweed and algae grow and collect in these ponds.
The Alchemy Bio-fuel Production System processes the hydrocarbons (plant and waste biomass) and converts it to alkanes or clean, sulfur-free bio-oil.
The beauty of converting waste biomass from water treatment facilities into oil is that the sewage is replenished daily, so there is no need to build a growing facility for the aquatic biomass, making it a very cost effective system to install and operate.
The twenty acres of settling ponds at the Sparta, Georgia facility can yield upwards of 16,000 gallons of clean bio-oil daily, releasing no toxins into the atmosphere throughout the conversion process.