Micro Auto Gasification System Test and Evaluation Conducted at Camp Smith, Hawaii

07 September 2011

Micro Auto Gasification System Test and Evaluation Conducted at Camp Smith, Hawaii

Camp H.M. Smith, HI (September 7, 2011) – After two weeks of testing, Micro Auto Gasification System (MAGS) has processed more than 3000-pounds of solid waste usually destined for landfills in Hawaii. Throughout the evaluation at Camp Smith in Hawaii, MAGS was carefully monitored for energy usage, air quality performance, and effectiveness at converting solid waste into bio-char.

According to Power Ten, Inc. Senior Manager Scott Kerchner, “MAGS has performed very well throughout the evaluation.”

MAGS processed approximately 400-pounds of waste each day during this initial evaluation period. Under limited usage, five to seven hours-per-day, due to operating restrictions at the base, MAGS performed at a rate that could be tripled during 24-hour usage. Read More »

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