The Total Recovery Facility ® ("TRF®")
BCF and the Worley Group, our worldwide EPCm contractor, will design and construct our state-of-the-art facility that will receive all forms of waste in one facility and convert the waste to clean energy. This is a “TRF®” a step up from the “MRF” of the 1980s. (Material Recovery Facility). The MRF tries to recover and recycle 51% by law of the waste stream and the TRF® totally recovers ALL the waste streams and converts them into renewable diesel, electricity and/or renewable hydrogen.
The TRF will have all of the latest waste handling and conversion equipment systems that are currently offered and are readily commercially available. The facility will be designed to process 100 to 5,000 standard tons per day, 24 hours a day, yearly and in all weather conditions which, unlike landfills, are required to close in either snow or rain fall.
The project will be wrapped in a New Energy Risk performance guarantee on the project with a Worley Group EPC warranty. Our facility is guaranteed to perform as designed. Worley is a multi billion dollar a year corporation with its presence around the world. Worley will provide engineering and procurement services for the project, as well as construction management and after the completion of the project will operate and maintain the project on going.
We embrace cutting-edge thermochemical technologies to transform waste into valuable resources, demonstrating our commitment to pioneering sustainable solutions for a cleaner future.
Our focus on converting non-recyclable waste into renewable fuels and chemicals underscores our dedication to environmental preservation and creating a circular economy.
Our partnership with renowned engineering firms Technip FMC, AECOM, and WorleyParsons reflects our commitment to maintaining the highest standards in our processes, technology, and outcomes.
By converting waste into high-energy engineered solid fuel, we make a positive impact on energy generation and waste reduction, contributing to a healthier planet and a more resourceful world.
“I founded Bio Carbon Fuels with a vision: to turn non-recyclable waste into renewable fuels and chemicals using advanced thermochemical tech. Our patented process creates high-energy engineered solid fuel from materials like MSW, wood, and agri waste. Validated by top engineering firms, this innovation offers a sustainable way to tackle waste, generate energy, and build a cleaner future.”
Steve Racoosin's remarkable career includes successful tenures as the former CEO of Bio Gold Fuels and World Waste Technologies, Inc. Under his astute leadership, these companies achieved remarkable milestones, including taking them public via IPO. His transformative influence extends to the construction of waste conversion facilities across California, adding to the region's sustainable infrastructure. Furthermore, his expertise is marked by his hands-on involvement in managing and constructing numerous landfills and transfer stations for notable entities like R.E. Wolfe and Republic Services, attesting to his practical acumen in waste logistics.
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