Sustainable Technologies

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Today, the demand for sustainable energy is crucial for tomorrow’s bright future. Tokamak-style machines claim to be futuristic superconducting batteries but, no perfected model has been achieved. The biggest limitation they’ll have when perfected is being stationary. Deep space exploration has 3-major challenges that need answers first; electrical power, shielding protection, and cheap reliable propulsion. My diamagnetic field engine (DFE) transforms into a superconductor to create power, protection, and propulsion. DFEs use 2-diamagnetic field capacitors (DFC), 1-NDFC and 1-SDFC. Each DFC has 6 magnetized pieces; 1-primary (piston) and 5-barrier (1-release plate and 4-quarter circular segments). If the piston’s internal dipole is north, then it’s a NDFC, if the south dipole’s inside then it’s a SDFC. DFEs are supported by ...

This is a process of identifying plastic according to their polymers using the latest and state of the art technology and sorting them out in automated manner. Perhaps this is the first of its kind.

LIBS and FTIR are laboratory tested and commercially applied. We just have to integrate the LIBS and FTIR device, more likely separately , in a machine to identify the type of plastic with automated movement during identification and separation process.

This is a development or improvement in the collection and sorting of plastics compared to manual means of separating different types of plastic since the identification of type of plastic is done quickly within microseconds only or in less than a minute for hard to determine ...

This is to use the middle area between two hulls of a catamaran (bi-catamaran) in order to efficiently scoop out the plastics in the ocean without having the ship to stop by placing a net (net is a piece of open-meshed material made of twine, cord, or something similar, used typically for catching fish or other animals) with its bottom portion submerged on the surface of the ocean in the front area of a catamaran. A net is usually used to catch fish but this time we are going to use it to scoop out plastics in the ocean. The net may be customized so that the net will have a pouch in the rear that will serve as ...

ecoSPEARS is a cleantech venture committed to green, sustainable remediation technologies for the permanent extraction and destruction of PCBs, dioxins, and other toxic chlorinated contaminants from the environment – forever.

71% of Earth’s surface is covered in water, of which only 3% is freshwater. Of that, less than 1% is accessible for human consumption. Freshwater is a limited resource and environmental toxins such as PCBs contaminate our water and the fish we eat.

In 2014, an EPA study found that 94% of fish tissue sampled from US waterways contained PCBs and other toxic chemicals. PCBs are now considered the most widespread contaminant in the world being used by every industrialized nation. Once PCBs into our waterways, they virtually remain ...

BIG ENERGY STORAGE CHALLENGE

The current global challenge is the safety concerns and sustainability of raw materials supply for energy storage in the face of explosion of batteries on long duration recharging based on the current liquid electrolytes in electronic devices and mobility worldwide.

GLOBAL SEARCH FOR SOLUTION

@MIT says whomever finds conductive solid state Polymer Electrolyte holds the #EVs ace ..

See: http://news.mit.edu/2015/solid-state-rechargeable-batteries-safer-longer-lasting-0817

EU Mission Commitment

EU sees €250b solid state Battery market according to: https://googleweblight.com/i?u=https://ec.europa.eu/growth/industry/policy/european-battery-alliance_en&hl=en-NG)%20googleweblight.com/i?u=https://ec

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Berekotry Ltd flaunts this sustainable green conductive biopolymer from renewable materials found in every region of the world as a potential Solid state Electrolyte which also withstands 1200`C flame that ...

Renewable energy solutions come with their own problems, and managing the trade-offs will determine the success of a technology. Especially, with a desire to maintain and expand our modern standards of living. The diffuse, intermittent, and unpredictable nature of wind and solar energy has led to research and development in how to store the electrical energy generated. However, a partial solution to the intermittent nature of wind and solar energy is to transition our more modern refrigeration systems back to ice boxes.

Storing electrical energy, in cars or wall batteries, could be a partial solution to the intermittent and unpredictable nature of wind and solar energy. The battery storage solution comes with its own set of problems, to include ...

Garbage is one of the serious problems in the world especially Indonesia and getting worse. The accumulation of waste has a positive correlation with the high content of nitrate (Thiteand Menon, 2012) and phosphate (Zhanget al., 2018) in the waters and affect in environment contamination and some diseases (Megna et al., 2017). Data from the Ministry of Environment and Forestry states that the projections of household waste in Indonesia in 2018 is around 66.8 million tons and this trend will continue to increase in the following year.

This problem usually affects siltation of the rivers then causes flooding. Besides the garbage problem, Sumbawa also has an important problem in livestock manure because Sumbawa is a center of cattle farm ...

Based on aggregated data, Indonesia produces 700 – 800 kg coffee beans per hectare, while in Vietnam coffee yields per hectare stands at 1500 kg and in Brazil at 2000 kg. Indonesia has 3 times the number of smallholder coffee farmers than smallholder coffee farmers in Vietnam, yet the productivity of our smallholders coffee farmers is just 1/3 the productivity of Vietnam. The root of the problem is the coffee farming practices in Indonesia are still based on traditional ways. Smallholder coffee farmers and even government and also private sector are basically practicing based on trial and error.

We believe that to actually change the way of coffee farming practices in Indonesia, we have to be as close as ...

My idea is a contraption that is built out of already built DC factory motors. It takes 9 of them to make 3 bigger motors with 3 large iron arms with 3 claws on each of the iron arms with titanium blades on them. And an iron bucket to put everything in. My theory is that it will grind all waste into a mulch-like substance that can be used for things like mulch or fertilizer. I think this will help our world's pollution problem and make it a greener place. It could be bad for our precious metals if we were to put them in it. Other dangers might include bodily harm if one was to get too close ...

The concept is based around septage waste but can utilize other wastes such as manure, grease, crop waste, etc. The system would utilize existing technologies in a way to treat waste with three core objectives: the system would be self-sustaining requiring no external power or water supply, removing recyclable or reusable material from the waste stream for reuse, and sustain a profit. The system and processes are based around a typical anaerobic digestion waste treatment process, utilizing sustainability practices and further refining technologies to process the waste into reusable materials, such as; biogas, biofuel, biosolids (sludge), clean effluent water. All of these byproducts could be utilized on-site and/or sold for profit.

This innovation of this idea is not the ...

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