BRADAM Solves Problems

Plastic Waste Problems

Non-recyclable plastics have become a major environmental issue on a worldwide scale. With less than 9% of plastics being recycled, there has not been a viable solution to manage the 91% of plastics that ends up in a landfill or even worse in our oceans, rivers and lakes.

Millions of tons of plastic are piling up every day in every corner of the world. By 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean by weight than fish!
(Reference – TIME Magazine)

BRADAM’s Carbon Energy Recovery process can safely and efficiently process non-recyclable plastics and convert it into electricity and synthetic natural gas for homes and businesses. It can also produce large quantities of hydrogen which can be used in fuel cells to power automobiles and support the electric grid.

BRADAM is even working on a process that can produce the raw materials used to produce plastics from non-recyclable plastics creating a circular economy using waste to produce new products without needing fossil fuels.

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Bradam Solves Problems

Food Waste Problems

50% of the food produced globally is disposed of and never used, everything from out of date or spoiled food to processed foods that don’t pass quality inspection. By converting organic food waste into a renewable energy BRADAM can prevent food and other organic waste from ending up in a landfill.

Food waste and organics contribute to virtually all the methane that gets released from landfills. Methane is 25 times worse for the environment than carbon dioxide. The Renewable Natural Gas (natural gas not from fossil fuels) that BRADAM produces from organics and food waste displaces 100% of the GHG (Greenhouse Gas) Emissions versus fossil fuel natural gas.

BRADAM Solves Problems

Solid Waste Problems

Solid waste comes from many sources, municipal solid waste from homes, industrial and commercial waste from hotels, retailers and manufacturers and construction debris. BRADAM can process 100% of the carbon based solid waste, everything from diapers and cardboard to mattresses and furniture.

Once we sort and recycle out the ferrous and non-ferrous metals, glass, cement and other recyclables everything else can be converted into environmentally friendly energy such as electricity or natural gas. This has a major impact in diverting up to 100% of what would normally end up in a landfill after recycling.

Waste is a terrible thing to waste.

Bradam Solves Problems

Water Shortage Problems

Although 70% of the earth is covered with water only less than 1% is fresh water that is accessible for use. There is no new water being produced, the water we are using today has been around for millions of years. Next to the oxygen we breathe our most valuable commodity is water.

One of the many valuable outputs from the BRADAM CER™ is water. When we process waste it contains approximately 40% moisture, our system unlocks that moisture while it converts waste into energy. The water that is produced by our process comes out of the system clean enough for irrigation and can easily be cleaned up to be potable.

Waste is a terrible thing to waste.

Whether you are a capitalist or an environmentalist burning or burying garbage is the wrong choice, especially when a system like BRADAM’s CER™ is a viable solution.


BRADAM’s CER™ can process 100% of plastics that end up not being recycled.
100% of Natural Gas GHG emissions are displaced by BRADAM’s Renewable Natural Gas.
One tonne of waste can produce one megawatt of energy enough to supply 800 homes.
BRADAM’s CER™ produces approximately 200 liters of water per tonne of waste processed.