MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE, or MSW, is an ideal feedstock to process and create a Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF). The SRF is an EPA Certified Alternative Fuel that is used for the Gasification to Sulfur Free Diesel Process and it is utilized in Cement Kilns, Power Plants and Paper Mills. 

The material found in household garbage and commercial garbage is rich in hydrogen and carbon, the ideal elements in making renewable fuels, such as sulfur-free diesel, as well as clean power and a wide variety of bioproducts.

Unlike other biomass feedstocks, MSW does not have to be grown or harvested; it is a waste product located in the same population centers that demand low-cost, low-carbon transportation fuels.