Wastewater-to-energy plant undergoing municipal testing

July 8, 2011
MagneGas Corporation has completed the manufacture of its first industrial scale liquid waste to energy plant, which will serve as a demonstration unit for prospective wastewater customers...

TAMPA, FL, July 8, 2011 -- MagneGas Corporation has completed the manufacture of its first industrial scale liquid waste to energy plant, which will serve as a demonstration unit for prospective wastewater customers.

MagneGas technology converts liquid waste into a hydrogen-based metal working fuel and natural gas alternative that could be used by municipalities to power natural gas industrial equipment or vehicles.

The refinery, located in the Tampa area, features the company's 500 KwH Plasma Arc Flow™ recycler for the sterilization of highly infected liquid waste such as municipal sludge or farm bio waste. It is currently undergoing extensive testing and certification at a local municipality.

"With this new biowaste sterilization plant we will be able to tangibly demonstrate to potential purchasers a new, green wastewater management solution, and pending testing results, one ready for immediate sale and implementation both domestically and internationally," said MagneGas President Scott Wainwright.

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