Waste is an ecological and economic resource!


The sad reality is also in the video below





We help people, create energy and jobs while building amazing ROI

Energy is getting more expensive, while the amount of waste tires and plastic is increasing!


Conversion from waste to energy carrier

Emissions without NOx with minimal CO2 - no slag - no waste water


·     The integration of waste-to-energy technologies offers significant environmental and economic benefits, but the advancements in pyrolysis using microwave technology represent a leap forward in this field. Additionally, the localized production of energy from waste fosters community resilience and economic growth by creating jobs and utilizing local resources. Microwave plasma pyrolysis enables the efficient conversion of waste into valuable energy carriers while minimizing harmful emissions. This method addresses some of the most critical environmental concerns by eliminating nitrogen oxides and significantly reducing carbon dioxide and other toxic emissions.


·     Waste-to-energy plant a great alternative to reduce the area for waste treatment and disposal, in addition to generating energy for all small cities in the region. Many small cities do not have available land for large landfills. A good alternative is to create an intermunicipal cooperative between small cities to share costs, revenues, energy generated and technological knowledge. It is a social advantage if small villages are supplied with locally produced energy, thus creating local jobs for the local energy-using population from waste collected locally, small equipment for micro power plants can also be manufactured locally




Pyrolysis - gasification - carbonization


Our technology enables the use of our organic waste as material.


  • The breakdown of the heat in the material (components) of our organic waste takes place in an oxygen-free atmosphere, which is environmentally friendly technology, because it is not incineration, but dry distillation in an oxygen-free vacuum space at temperature. 200℃ to 700℃. With our process, the status of waste ceases, and the material of is transformed into many products, such as e.g. diesel, gasoline, heating oil, clean coal, etc.


  • The resulting product gas and the diesel separated in the fractionated condensate can be used directly as fuel in electricity production. The vapors are also condensed into diesel oil suitable for diesel engine fuel, while the resulting gases are used as gas engine fuel and electricity is generated by the electric generators they drive.


  • On-site processing of our locally generated waste is an environmental advantage in reducing the environmental burden caused by unnecessary transport. In contrast to the current collection practice, the unnecessary national back-and-forth transportation with the significant environmental and vital air pollution caused by the diesel transport vehicles.





Disposal and energetic utilization of hazardous medical waste


Microwave reactors are suitable for the disposal of solid materials, toxic gases and liquids, thus reducing their mass by up to 99% in the amount of hazardous waste. Microwave technology is suitable for e.g. for the neutralization and disposal of hospital hazardous waste, and for the "no waste" certification of health centers of hazardous waste.




New design / built gas generator that produces almost tar-free (5-10 mg/Nm3) synthesis gas,


Our syngas generator® that produces fuel for the gas engine power generator. A very important aspect at gasification, only pyrolyzed coal (from RDF / plastic / tire / etc.) can be gasified to a quality suitable for a gas engine. Filter out the tar from the synthesis gas with the resulting pyrolytic carbon, then gasify the tarry pyrolytic coal. There is no need for a gas tank in the system, the gas quantity is regulated by the gas quantity demand of the gas engine (engine suction). Gas production stops when the gas engine stops. Syngas production starts when the gas engine is started, continuous electricity production takes place after 15 minutes


Syngas calorific value option selection: a) from air oxygen, when the calorific value of the produced syngas is 5-6 MJ/Nm3 (since the nitrogen content of the air is 78%, which reduces the calorific value of syngas) b) with a microwave vapor plasma torch, when the heating calorific value of the produced syngas is 20-30 MJ/Nm3 (microwave vapor plasma consists exclusively of hydrogen and oxygen; both components are active reagents that participate in oxidation-reduction reactions





Plasma chemistry


When an electromagnetic wave propagates in the plasma, certain reactions occur between the particles.


The main types of reactions are:


  1. Elastic collision and inelastic collision: such reactions lead to an exchange of energy between particles; the difference between them is that the elastic collision only leads to the transfer of kinetic energy between the colliding particles, but does not change the internal energy
  2.  Excitation and ionization: such reactions result in an increase in the number of free electrons or a change in the energy level of the atom.
  3. Charge transfer: this type of reaction results in an equivalent charge transfer between the particles. This kind of reaction mainly takes place in the collision process of ions and neutral particles.
  4. Charge recombination: it has two forms - diffusion and recombination. Diffusion is the process by which a charged particle reaches the wall and electrode to disappear. Recombination is a process in which positive ions capture a free electron and combine with electrons or negative ions to form new neutral atoms.


Microwave gasifier schematic



Microwave water steam plasma torch


High-power pure steam torch plasma operated by a 915 MHz – 2,45 GHz microwave and its temperature measurements. Steam from a steam generator enters the discharge tube as a swirl gas at a temperature of ~140 °C. This steam becomes a plasma forming gas and produces a stable steam torch plasma. The torch volume is almost linearly proportional to the microwave power. The temperature of the torch flame was measured with an optical spectroscopy, analyzing the optical emissions of hydroxyl molecules ~309 nm.  The maximum temperature in a microwave-driven region was measured to be ~6720 °K



1400℃ temperature without fossil fuels

„zero carbon dioxide – zero nitrogen oxide”


Ø86 x 1500 mm steam plasma flame length

20kW RF - 915 MHz





Microwave in the carbonisation – gasification in the non-thermal plasma


  • The non-thermal plasma its fundamental nature is that the temperature of the electrons is much higher than the temperature of the gas, including the vibrational and rotational temperature of the molecules. MW alone can reduce the amount of NOx and SOx in the flue gas by 99% and 85%, respectively. Plasmas contain reactive substances, especially ions, radicals or other oxidizing compounds, which can break down polluting molecules, organic particles or soot.


  • The electron consumes energy in ionization, excitation and dissociation of molecules and finally in the formation of active free radicals such as OH, O, N and H. These radicals oxidize SO2 and NO to SO3 and NO2, which then react with the water vapor H2SO4 and HNO3 present in the flue gas, and break the VOC bonds, promoting their formation and conversion to CO and CO2


  • The atmospheric plasma source is based on a specially designed microwave cavity. Microwaves at a frequency of 1 GHz - 5 GHz are fed into the plasma source, resulting in a high field concentration in the center of the cavity. It is excellent for the removal of highly polluted air pollutants such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and their fluorine-containing derivatives (FOCs), the synthesis of special gases and the production of nanoparticles. Microwave radiation is not generated by electrons, but by magnetrons.


  • When this radiation comes in contact with carbonic material it unleashes such large quantity of energy that a plasma field is generated. Due to this reaction, the incoming solid material and saturated steam go through a phase transformation that forces the carbon, oxygen and hydrogen molecules to break loose. Once these molecules leave the plasma field they attach to each other forming a new molecular structure, called syngas. 



Microwave plasma for ionization and thermal decomposition of product gases and flue gases


A "plasma filter" is a special reactor in which the plasma-forming gas is actually synthesis gas, which, when ionized, forms a high-temperature field (1500-4000 °C) that effectively breaks down all complex compounds (resins, aromatic molecules, tars, etc.). Our technology is based on the basic properties of microwave plasma, which enable the very effective effect of breaking down their gaseous components.


The use of microwave plasma makes it possible to reach an average operating temperature of around 2500 ℃. In this case, the heating rate of the various materials in the reactor is 100-1000 °C/s. Parallel to the effect of high temperature, the powerful ionizing effect of the microwave plasma in the reactor volume leads to the complete decomposition of the complex molecules of carbon-containing substances into the simplest molecules and ions.


Description of the catalytic conversion of foam ceramic filter elements by calcination





Raschig foam ceramic, which Ni, Cu, Mn, Pt, etc. can be made catalytic with metals, e.g. with the following procedure for Ni


We use nickel nitrate hexahydrate (Ni [NO3 ]2, 6H2O), AR - grade and calcium nitrate (Ca [NO3 ]2, 4H2 O), AR - grade. Precursors for the preparation of solutions in three different mass ratios 1: 5, 2: 5 and 4: 5. Then, the large-surface ceramic ring carriers are soaked in precursor solutions in a hot pool at 70 °C, and then the gel solution is dried. The wet impregnated and then dried Raschig ceramics were heated in the oven at 110 °C for 24 hours and then calcined at 950 °C for 6 hours. The calcined Raschig catalyzed finished ceramic is stored at room temperature in a closed container next to silica gel.




We offer technology to waste managers


Extraction of non-ferrous metals and precious metals from electronic waste


  • Electronic waste, PCB, plastic waste with metal, etc. which it is only possible to safely smelt the non-ferrous metal - precious metal content after carburizing. The resulting non-ferrous metal - precious metal alloy can be decomposed into its highly pure 99.99% alloying metals (gold, palladium, silver, copper, aluminium, tin, lead, etc.) in a self-sustaining way in terms of electricity and heat (gas, coke and the so-called pyrolytic oil obtained from energy carriers) in emissions within the limits of environmental protection.



  • Carbonization prior to smelting facilitates environmental approval in terms of emission limits, because during carbonization, we filter out the polluting components in the organic and inorganic condensate / condensate that would have gone out the smelter's chimney without carbonization. (filtering with condensate is used as a pre-filter for the flue gas)





Waste shredder 17 kNm




Heat pipes are superconductors of heat conduction

Their thermal conductivity is 1000 times higher than e.g. for solid copper conductors of the same size.


Characteristics of the "superconducting heat exchanger"


• Its operation does not require electricity, so no connection

• Its unclaimed, heat-transmitting metal surface was kept metal clean by ionic separation

• Its lifespan is endless, as there are no aging plastic, moving or wearing parts





Electricity from waste heat

Our machine resource for electric power generation…


  • The centrepiece of a waste heat power plant is the swing piston-driven vapour expansion engine (the swing piston expander), which was developed by ourselves, and is manufactured. The swing piston-driven expansion engines achieve an exceptionally high pressure difference, resulting in a much steeper enthalpy gradient and consequently much more electricity is generated compared to related technologies.


  • Another considerable advantage of the swing piston-driven expansion engines lies in its impressive partial load capability. The novelty of our system is the use of a motorized "hot air engine" driving the electric generator as a resource expander. The external combustion heat engine is an external heat engine with reciprocating crankshaft mechanism.


  • Operating temperature 100°C   600°C  on  10 bar – 60bar  amd expansion ratio 1:10 → 1:40



The slot-controlled steam engine





Thanks for watching



Jozsef Nagy

Machine manufacturing technologist

Microwave radiants – vapor plasma burner electronics specialist

I am a manufacturer and designer in the waste energy market

contact: gumienergia@gmail.com







Climate protection with green coal (biochar)




Biochar is an excellent substitute for soil strength, it is more than a fertilizer

E.g. the corn stalks grown on 1 ha, when charred and plowed, extract 6 tons of COfrom our atmosphere


Biochar is an excellent substitute for soil strength, more than a fertilizer, it can be used for soil improvement, especially in fields with poor productivity. e.g. just mixing 1kg of biochar on 1m2 of soil can increase the crop yield. Biochar makes the micro-flora of infertile soil fertile, and regulates the water balance and water-holding capacity of agricultural land. It forms a good base for the microorganisms necessary for plant growth. Biochar composition: C 77.58%, Volatile matter 12.92%, SiO2 3.5%, Al2O3 1.9%, CaO 1.9%, K2O 0.1%, Na2O 0.5%, Fe2O3 0.75%, MgO 1.3% , P2O5 0.17%)


Biochar is a stable material that can be produced from biomass or organic waste of plant and/or animal origin, and which has many applications in environmentally friendly agriculture. Biochar is used to improve the physical and/or chemical and/or biological properties of the soil, and to strengthen the activity of the soil, it is suitable for restoring the natural balance of the soil, it can make crop cultivation economically profitable by improving the drought tolerance of plants, the soil productivity and crop production characteristics.


Biochar produced from animal bone is a high-calcium phosphate and low-carbon apatite mineral product, which is a macroporous and slow-dissolving natural organic P-fertilizer. For the most part, hydroxylapatite with a high phosphorus content consists of an inorganic mineral and a carbon component. It has a low carbon content, but can contain up to 30% P2O5, from which phosphorus can be gradually utilized, it has a macroporous structure, which makes it suitable for increasing microbiological activity in the soil, and it also has good moisture binding and macromolecular organic nutrient retention capacity.


Plant-based biochar is a soil improvement product with a high stable carbon content, micro- and mesoporous structure, which has a relatively high moisture and nutrient retention and carbon binding capacity. Plant-based biochar is primarily used for soil improvement, and biochar produced from bone meal is used as an organic phosphorus nutrient and also for soil improvement.


Sample plots for comparative measurement of yield




The recommended amount is 4t/ha on hard soil, 8t/ha on sandy desert areas




Biochar "green coal" is the "result" of soil power in pictures



  • This can be a mutually beneficial relationship; Biochar can improve the composting process and improve itself at the same time. Reducing nitrogen loss during composting is a notable benefit when compost is supplemented with biochar. The highly absorbent surface of biochar, on the other hand, is "charged" with humic acids, plant nutrients and living microorganisms.


  • Nutrient conservation. Plant nutrients are released into the ground water through leaching and into the air through evaporation. This means a decrease in the economy's efficiency and, beyond the fence, an environmental problem. Nutrient pollution is one of the most widespread, costly and challenging environmental problems caused by excess nitrogen and phosphorus in air and water.


  • The efficiency of the fertilizer improved significantly after the application of biochar. This was primarily observed as a reduction in the loss of plant nutrients. Like charcoal used for filtration, biochar (a type of charcoal) can help trap plant nutrients in the soil. However, it is important to note that most of the nutrients stored in the biochar are still available to the plant – it resists loss, yet can be used. Mixing biochar directly into compost for a single co-product application maximizes the nutrient retention benefits of biochar.


  • Water retention. Where biochar has been applied, soils show higher water holding capacity, better water retention, increased plant available water, increased plant resilience in drought conditions, and increased productivity per unit of water. The yield benefits of adding biochar to agricultural practices in the case of irrigation, the expected result is a reduction in the amount of water needed


How it is made biochar and electricity from sewage sludge?



Our process is a sewage sludge dehumidifier and gasification device, which allows us to use the phosphorus and potassium-containing phosphorus and potassium to dry the wastewater treatment plant (20% dry matter content) in a continuous operation without using an external energy source. and micro elements (Fe, Mn, Ca, Zn and Cu). During the process, starting the system requires only thermal energy, the heating of the radiators, and then the heating value of the dried sludge produces more heat and electricity than the need for heat and electricity in the drying process. The biochar obtained during gasification can be used as an inorganic fertilizer that can be considered as renewable and can be used at any time of the vegetation, due to the lack of nitrogen content.


Advantages of using biochar and compost mixtures




Source: EBC (2012) ‘European Biochar Certificate – Guidelines for a Sustainable Production of Biochar.’ European Biochar Foundation (EBC), Arbaz, Switzerland. http://www.european- biochar.org/en/download. Version 6.3E of 14th August 2017, DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.4658.7043 





Biochar does not contain any biohazard component. Because we use controlled sludge from a given wastewater treatment plant, it can be traced well to contain no toxic inorganic components. Summarizing business profits: An essential element of our system is the direct connection of the wastewater treatment plant with our energy recovery system, which eliminates the energy costs of the sewage sludge transport and the pollution of the environment, and from an environmental point of view it is a fact that the drying of the sludge necessary for the energetic utilization of sewage sludge does not have wastewater discharges, as the 80% sludge is vacuum-dried at 80% water. the resulting distillate after condensation of the water vapor is of drinking water quality.


Drinking water is the basis of our biological existence, without water there is no life.


The extraction of fresh water from air and seawater is a given technology, which can be utilized from our renewable energy source, our solar radiation.Water pumps require solar energy (solar panels) to produce fresh water, and thermal energy (solar collectors) is required for vacuum distillation In addition to electricity from solar panels and thermal energy from solar collectors, desalination also takes place from the difference between the temperature of the seawater.


  • The maintenance lasts for one week every year, during which there is also fresh water from the reservoirs.
  • The cost of drinking water production is 0.3 - 0.5 USD/1000 liters.
  • Seawater desalination is environmentally friendly, the salt concentration of the returning water increases by 0.01%!
  • Water disinfection with ozone and/or UV-C radiation.
  • Chlorine-free fresh water production technology