Global Warming Prevention Technologies

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Cleantech Development

GWPT is an innovative design and project development company that researches, develops and delivers patented processes and associated technology to resolve the urgent need for:

  • Increased efficiencies of energy consumption
  • Beneficial use of waste biomass and heterogeneous waste in the form of heat and power 
  • Emission controls
  • Water purification

GWPT's premier technology launch features a revolutionary renewable energy system, The Natural State Reduction System. See 'Waste Conversion' under the 'Solutions' tab.

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Environmental Design and Planning

Working with local government project planners,
and site specific owners and developers,GWPT performs and coordinates the environmental and architectural design of engineered ecological solutions: More than a technology provider,GWPT coordinates:

Advanced Sustainable planning, design and development
LEED rated design for buildings and complexes
Model developments using the Best Available Technologies (BAT) and practices.
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 The BEAR (Bio-Energy Access and Recovery) System is set to be demonstrated this spring in Ontario utilizing waste wood as feed stock for a co-generation output of 50 kW of electricity and 85 kW of heat continuously coming from a compact shipping container sized min-plant. GWPT's new website will provide details later this spring.    ... more>>
@import url(/gwpt/greenkiteeditorstyle.css); A new biomass to energy technology called the BEAR (Bio-energy Access and Recovery) system has been given the green light for design and development at GWPT in order to fast track the delivery of a commercial biomass waste only system. The new BEAR 1500-50 mini biomass (predominantly woody biomass) utility under early development is being fostered along side the MERC 2000-4000 heterogeneous waste processor which has also been renamed the BEAR 2500-85.... more>>

Together with Fulton Engineered Specialties GWPT completes the first stage of the gas filtration modules and heat exchangers on the MERC 4000 stand-alone micro waste converter in Caledon Ontario. Final engine selection and CPU design is slated for June 2014 with CANMET and 3rd party advisors prior to delivery to CANMET in Ottawa for testing this fall.

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