Countries all over the globe are exploring other options towards producing alternative energy sources after the crisis in Japan. Feisty options are in question whether how huge roles will the play for the countries future. The green industry is fundamentally reviews the way renewable energy would be administrated. Alternative energy production through the use of the refuse derived fuel process does not escape the scrutiny of the regulations under the said market. Even third world countries such as the Philippines are adapting the newer forms of energy generation at a much wider scale.
Major cities in the Philippines generate an estimate of 60,000 to 80,000 MSW per day. It is believed that these waste materials contain about 50%-60% of energy content that could be retrieved through the process of RDF. Numerous MRF’s are being structured to operate on converting waste into a cleaner source of green energy.
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