Waste Destruction (PAWDS Mobile)

Waste Destruction
(PAWDS Mobile)

Containerized Solution for Remote Communities and Camps

Already the US Navy’s choice for the Gerald R. Ford Class of aircraft carriers, the Plasma Arc Waste Destruction System for Land (PAWDS Land-based), being the world’s most compact, easy-to-operate, high temperature, plasma-based waste treatment system, is perfectly suited to meet the demand of remote communities and camps (mining, military). Our Plasma Arc Waste Destruction System Land-based has the same benefits as the Marine-based that is the US Navy’s choice for their aircraft carriers: easy to operate, and very compact. Our Land-based system is perfectly suited to meet the demand of remote communities and camps such as mining and military. While landfills in these remote locations are very costly, our system offers a better alternative to destroy community-generated wastes, and generates excess heat that could be used for heating buildings or for greenhouses, while respecting local environmental regulations.  In addition, PAWDS Land-based can be easily turned on and off in minutes and accommodate 4 hour, 8 hour or even up to 24 hour operation according to the community’s needs. We offer it at a standard capacity of 200kg/hour.

  • Compact design: five 20-foot or three 40-foot rugged-design containers needed for up to 5 metric ton per day operations
  • Fully automated system: one button start-up
  • Rapid start-up and shutdown; up and running within minutes
  • Safe design
  • Heat can be captured and reused by the community

Bags of waste are fed to a shredder, followed by a mill, transforming the feedstock into a powder, or lint-like materials. These tiny particles (or waste oils) are fed continuously to our patented plasma-fired eductor and chamber, which completely obliterates the waste. The offgas is immediately quenched to prevent dioxin and furan formation, and subsequently cleaned and exhausted to the atmosphere. Optionally, the waste heat collected from the process for use within the community.