CHiP – ECO Generation Units

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Power your facility with your waste vegetable oil! The CHiP combined heat and power system turns your waste vegetable oil into electricity and hot water on your site. The fully automated equipment is located on your site meaning you never need to worry about an overflowing oil barrel, a missed collection, or the mess associated with oil storage ever again. The best part is that you get the direct benefit of lower energy bills and Renewable Obligation Certificates (ROCs), as well as eliminating your waste oil disposal bills! Just put your waste oil into the system and the CHiP does the rest!

CHiP Features

  • Make money from every litre of waste oil you dispose of
  • Automated production of electricity and hot water
  • Seamless integration into your existing services
  • Automated waste oil cleaning and processing
  • Remote monitoring capability
  • Worry free maintenance
  • Compact onsite unit
  • Quiet Operation – 55 dba
  • No capital expenditure
  • Range of size to suit your waste oil – 200 litres/week upwards

Your Benefits

  • Reduced electricity costs
  • Reduced hot water energy costs
  • Eliminates waste oil collection and disposal costs
  • Reduces fees associated with grease traps
  • Reduces vermin associated with waste oil drums
  • Become a more sustainable business

Environmental Benefits

  • Reduced waste transportation-related CO2 emissions
  • Elimination of waste streams associated with Biodiesel production
  • Reduced waste in landfills and sewerage facilities
  • Reduced carbon footprint
  • Local electricity generation eliminates grid losses and increases reliability
  • Reduced CO2, NOx and mercury emissions from electricity generation plants
  • Earn Renewable Obligation Certificates (ROCs)
  • Reduce the dependence on fossil fuels

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