WASTE PROBLEMS

WPP DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY TO ADDRESS MULTI TRILLION GLOBAL INDUSTRY SOLVING GLOBAL WASTE PROBLEMS

WPP has acquired the disruptive technology to address the multi-trillion-dollar global industry of collecting and landfilling waste through a revolutionary Patented Mobile Conversion Truck which provides an environmentally friendly technological solution for the collection and conversion of Municipal Solid Waste and Medical Wastes with zero pollution.

WPP W36T & W70T MOBILE TRUCKS

The WPP technological solution of the Mobile Conversion Truck presented in this document is capable of collecting, processing and converting 36/70 Tons of MSW per day, PER TRUCK, with Zero Pollution. (MSW is domestic solid waste including plastics, household wastes, grass and garden pruning’s. 

 

Each model will cover most of the complicated access to narrow streets, same as well a BioVan that collects and process medical waste, the technology can collect and process most type of waste into biofuels at zero waste.

W70T MOBILE TRUCK COLLECTS 70 TONES PER DAYS OF WASTE
W36T MOBILE TRUCK COLLECTS 36 TONES PER DAYS OF WASTE

WPP INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS

NO MORE DUMP & NO MORE POLLUTION

WPP Mobile trucks  eliminates the use of landfills and convert the entire waste into biofuels, hydrogen gas, and Syngas.

The WPP technological solution of the Mobile Conversion Truck presented in this document is capable of collecting, processing and converting 36/70 Tons of MSW per day, PER TRUCK, with Zero Pollution. (MSW is domestic solid waste including plastics, household wastes, grass and garden pruning’s. The truck can also handle the conversion of medical wastes.

The world's trash crisis, and why many Americans are oblivious

As nations around the globe observe Earth Day, one of the most daunting issues facing the world is the mounting waste problem, which impairs public health, pollutes the environment and threatens to drown some poor countries in toxicity. More than half the world’s population does not have access to regular trash collection, a grim statistic given  the amount of garbage produced globally. Some experts say the globe’s trash troubles are at a crisis level. Here are a look at the problem and some possible solutions:

What is the scope of the waste problem?

Each year, nations generate 1.3 billion tons of waste. That’s expected to soar to 4 billion tons by 2100, according to Ede Ijjasz-Vasquez, senior director for the World Bank’s Social, Urban, Rural and Resilience Global Practice.

The United States, China, Brazil, Japan and Germany are the leading trash generators. The U.S. produced about 228 million tons of waste in 2006, a figure that climbed to 254 tons by 2013. China (with a population around four times larger than that of the U.S.) is close behind, with 190 million tons of waste per year.

The more urbanized and industrialized a country becomes, the more trash it produces, Ijjasz-Vasquez said. The United Nations Environment Program predicts the amount of waste will probably double in lower-income African and Asian cities as a result of population growth, urbanization and rising consumption.

WPP DISRUPTIVE SOLUTIONS

WPP GLOBAL ASSEMBLING FACILITIES

WPP plans to build the first Assembling Plant Facility in Brazil in 2019 and another four facilities will be built, two in 2020 and another two in 2021with a budget of up to 5 Billion US Dollar, each of which will produce 1320 units per year for a total production of 6,600 Mobile Trucks to handle the massive waste problems in Brazil.

ZERO DUMP & ZERO POLLUTION

WPP had signed an MJVA License Agreements with several countries such as the Philippines, Morocco, and on delegation of a major MJVA License Agreement for the United Sates of America. This and other countries are under discussions to build more and more assembling plants for the next five years to provide a disruptive advanced technologies that will eliminates the use of landfills throughout the world saving trillions of dollars of landfills cost managements and maintenance, by converting almost all type of waste into green fuels, 97% of waste is converted into biofuels such as Hydrogen Gas, and Biogas, and 3% of ash consist of metal, glass, and aluminium with no left over to dump to landfills.

 

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