Waste Streams

Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF)

Refuse-derived fuel (RDF) is produced from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), Industrial waste, or Commercial waste. It contains combustible components, non-recyclable materials, plastics, cardboard, and more. CTEC Energy uses RDF as a substitute for fossil fuels to generate clean energy.

Medical Waste

Our Mission is to help local hospitals to remove the waste efficiently generated in hospitals by utilising it in energy production. It is perfect for gasification, does not need mixing, and can reduce power generation cost for hospitals considerably.

Ocean Plastic Waste

Garbage and trash accumulate in the oceans, and CTEC can use the same for producing thermodynamic energy. We aim to make the world a better place, and removing plastic from the sea is a step towards that goal.

Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)

These are everyday items and garbage accumulation through public use. CTEC can use it as a waste stream for energy generation.

Historic Landfill Mining

We excavate and process solid waste from landfills, and produce clean energy through gasification, removing toxic waste in the process.


Biomass is waste generated from organic material, such as trees, plants, and animals. Biomass can be combined with plastic for gasification.

Automotive Shredder Residue

The ferrous material from shredding automobiles can be an excellent material for gasification.

Commercial Waste

Waste generated through trade and business, recreation, sports, entertainment, etc., can be recycled and reused.