The Midwest Conversion Technology. For chemically converting ozone depleting substances, greenhouse gases, and in-plant fluorocarbon waste streams, into their source chemicals.
A cleaner, more cost efficient solution compared to incineration by rotary kiln, plasma arc, or thermal oxidation. U.S. Patent 8,043,574 - October 25, 2011. 'Apparatus for the Synthesis of Anhydrous Hydrogen Halide and Anhydrous Carbon Dioxide'. U.S. Patent 8,128,902 - March 6, 2012. 'Method for the Synthesis of Anhydrous Hydrogen Halide and Anhydrous Carbon Dioxide'.
The Midwest Conversion Technology. Inputs Include - CFCs, HCFCs, HFCs, HFOs, Perfluorocarbons, Fluorocarbon Isomers, and Halons. Outputs are - Hydrogen Fluoride (HF), Hydrogen Chloride (HCl), Hydrogen Bromide (HBr), Carbon Dioxide (CO2). Each in anhydrous form at 99.9+% purity.
A Break-Through Technology That Is Safe, Clean, Energy Efficient, Waste Free and Focuses On Most Sustainability Targets. All Processing Is Done In a Closed-Loop System With No Stack Emissions. Outputs Are Delivered at 99.9+% Purity, Ready for New Use.
The Midwest Conversion Technology. United Nations Environment Programme - Technology and Economic Assessment Panel (TEAP). For Destruction & Removal Efficiency (DRE), a minimum standard of 99.9% destruction is required. Midwest achieves 99.999994%. For toxic Dioxins and Furans output, the maximum output acceptable is 0.2ng/m3 (0.2 nanograms per cubic meter). Midwest achieves 0.0095ng/m3. The Midwest Conversion Unit is a Closed, Self-Contained System. Even The Above Virtually Undetectable Emissions Are NOT Vented.
The Midwest Technology, 'Chemical Reaction With Hydrogen and Carbon Dioxide' Received Full Approval by the United Nations Environment Programme - (TEAP) and the Montreal Protocol Members in Bali, November 2011.