Frontiers Journal of Renewable energy

WXF-New Energy: A Green, Sustainable, Waste To Energy Process


WXF-New Energy (WXF) is a technology platform consisting three major unit operations: Wastes preparation, Multi-Layer, Multi cavities Successive Bioreactor and Gas to liquid process. Up to 50% of CO2 and 50% Methane can be catalytically converted to methanol. This process can convert industrial, agriculture, municipal biodegradable ­­­­wastes; greenhouse gas; coal bed methane, coal mining gas etc. to green fuels.   Comparing biogas to electricity, WXF produces 6-8 times more revenue.  This process is especially valuable for the places of electricity abundance or waste treatment facilities located in remote areas where, building up a power line and transformer can be costly and the treatment facilities only have 20-25 years life cycle.  

This process can turn organic wastes into biogas then green methanol. Organic wastes can be converted to biogas through landfill or anaerobic digester. The biogas then be flared or be utilized in thermal or electricity generation process.  Injecting landfill gas into the city gas line or utilizing it to produce methanol also are options.  However due to costly carbon wash and unstable quantity and quality of the biogas production, none of above processes has become viable industrial practice.