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IPEC at WasteTech 2015: Waste-to-Fuel Technology


31.05.2015

On May 26-28 Moscow Crocus Expo hosted International exhibition in the field of waste management, environmental protection and renewable energy WasteTech-2015. The event brought together 248 exhibitors from 25 countries. At the booth of Safe Technologies and IPEC the members of the government delegation, the participants and visitors of the exhibition got to know the equipment for processing of hydrocarbon-containing waste into fuel, as well as unique project, the natural gas filling station.

The event was opened by representatives of the Government of the Russian Federation. Welcoming remarks were made by the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Alexandr Khloponin, Chairman and Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Natural Resources, Environment and Ecology Vladimir Cashin and Mikhail Slipenchuk, Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Minister Rinat Gizatulin. Then a solemn tour of the exhibition was held.

The guests of the IPEC stand were members of the government delegation, in particular, Vladimir Cashin as well as Ambassador of Switzerland in the Russian Federation Pierre Helg and numerous exhibitors and visitors.

WasteTech-2015. TDP-2-200WasteTech-2015. Vladimir Cashin - on the right.

Experts of IPEC showed the development of the company: Thermal Decomposition Plant for processing a wide range of hydrocarbon-containing waste into fuel oil. Today the equipment efficiently operates in six regions of Russia. TDP-2-200 was presented at company’s booth which is one of the latest models in a range of TDP, small-sized equipment of continuous pyrolysis of waste with a capacity of 200 kg/h.

The unique miniature model of Leningrad Region project which is the filling station for natural gas was also demonstrated on the stand. The new model of the station designed by Safe Technologies allows gas stations to fill several types of transport by environmentally friendly motor fuel: liquefied natural gas, compressed natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas.

All of the developments of IPEC and Safe Technologies Industrial Group aroused the interest of visitors to the companies’ booth. The active participation of Safe Technologies at the exhibition was marked by premium diploma WasteTech-2015.

WasteTech-2015

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