For pyrolysis with cogeneration:
Treatment of sewage sludge
Household waste treatment
Treatment of used tires
Wastewater treatment and drinking water production
or other species, and their uses
Energy PyroSwiss wants to give distressed rural areas the possibility to benefit from the following resources, from biomass:
Compressed air by tri-generation, to run generators and engines without danger, without pollution and with easy and efficient energy storage
Biochar water retainer (increase in agricultural production, decrease in watering)
New revenue earning-activities (production of edible oil by Moringa, for example)
Energy PyroSwiss wishes to contribute to bringing a level of energy and food independence to rural areas.
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Vision AND CharteR
It is good to focus on environmental issues. However it is equally important to find ways of reconciling ecology and development while emphasizing quality of life rather than the increase of wealth.
Human capacities are immense. As immense as our power to intervene in the shaping of our future.
Speaking about his future, we probably have a necessary dimension, a random dimension and voluntary dimension.
The necessary dimension encompasses the facts determined in advance, major tendencies and constraints of the present. As for random facts, man can act on these facts by reducing the fields of action, foreseeing risks, accepting efforts to be undertaken and challenges to be faced.
Regarding the challenges of the future, they currently appear in an universal way, covering all aspects of life, and they are often interrelated in complex ways. Facing them requires the voluntary and joint action of individuals, communities and institutions. This certainly involves many adaptations to necessary changes, and might require changing our references, our landmarks, our attitudes and even our values.
"The aim of prospective studies is not to guess the likely future but to prepare the desirable future and even try to go further: to make probable the desirable future. "
G. Berger, member of the International Circle for Prospective Action
« Ethical qualification inside » of projects and actions
By this willingness to qualify what we feel as responding to our sense of ethics, our organization is committed to the fact that all stakeholders of a project or action taken by it will participate in the mobilization of consciences, by the feeling of a sense of social justice, a spirit of universal cooperation, economic and energy efficiency, and overall respect for our environment.
Thus the actions undertaken and the potential projects could be evaluated, qualified, and even compared, according to their degree of "ethics" by the adoption of key indicators, issued from the following principles, described as "elements of charter "and allowing this assessment.
PROJECT SELECTION AND CHOICE OF ACTIONS TO BE TAKEN
Need Principle: the notion of giving sense to the project (or action) is reflected in the quality and / or the importance of the response to the effective need for local and regional infrastructure.
If the potential of well-being and prosperity of a society is measured by infrastructure development (training, communication, transport, health, roads, etc ...) it also must meet a real need, remaining in the limits of moderation and respecting the rights of populations, availability of resources and environmental protection.
Conservation of resources: recycling, reuse and parsimony in the use of non-renewable resources.
Energy efficiency: rationalization of energy consumption, reduction, optimization and improvement of plant performance, application of recommendations ISO 50'001 (management of energy systems)
Economic efficiency: the organization ensures the optimization, profitability and security of investments (TRI, VAN, Payback)
KNOWLEDGE BASED SOCIETY
Sharing knowledge and emulation: the organization responsible for the project works for a future knowledge based and knowledge sharing society. Efforts to achieve this will thus contribute to emulating and multiplying the results.
Knowledge based society: The organization ensures the transmission of knowledge relevant to the skilled exploitation of the project, the development of associated business knowledge and the training of younger generations, thus ensuring the sustainability and capitalization of knowledge.
KNOW HOW TO BE
Service spirit: the project's executants, service providers and proponents see their work as creating value for the beneficiaries. They put all their skills and their experience into the project and above all they do it in a spirit of service to humanity.
Improving the quality of life of project users and beneficiaries: project stakeholders will bear in mind that the project represents a value added to the well-being and quality of life of users and beneficiaries of the project. To do so, they will promptly inquire about the wishes and expectations relating thereto.
Abolition of prejudices of all kinds: in the choice of beneficiaries and users of the project no segregation of any kind will be made.