Sustainable Urban & Rural Waste Management for Kisumu – ZERO Waste – ZERO Landfill & full funding

Syscraft Limited (Kenya) & Alset Power Company Inc (usa)

EOI for 200 tpd MSW will be sent into Government once notice appears in the press.

With the new trucks then collection rates will increase bringing the MSW available upto 500 tpd.

If  successful with our EOI, Feasibility Study – USD $1million to USD $1.5 million will be applied for through the USTDA. 

Main project funding of USD $90 million will come from US EXIMBANK

The first plant will be at Achuodho-Kasese, Muhoroni in the Sub-County of Kisumu processing 200 tonnes per day (tpd) upto 500 tpd.  
New trucks will be provided to collect waste and the 200 tpd can immediately rise to 500 tpd.

100% Recycling & Gasification Plants incorporated into an Education centre. 

If we are successful in our EOI, he Feasibility Study could be underway in July or August 2022 (USD $1m to USD $1.5 m)

Main build could start approximately August 2022 and operational plant by August 2023


The Circular economy for Kisumu We provide Sustainable functionality in the waste sector & USD $90 Million full funding via Private Bank or US Exim Bank, PPP, Power Purchase Agreements (PPA’s) will help pay for the plant – no money required from Kisumu County Government. 

SYSCRAFT LIMITED & ALSET POWER’s partner, Siemens, along with Bio Carbon Fuels offers this proposal to construct the Kisumu County Environmental Education Centre with a Total Recovery Facility® (“TRF®”) inside, which will produce building products and renewable electricity and liquid fuels in the second and third phases of this 

project.

This project information package from Syscraft Limited & Alset Power is intended to provide Kisumu with information regarding a proposed Environmental Education Centre that will convert MSW and other waste streams into composite building products and clean electricity and renewable on-road transportation fuels (the “Project”). The system proposed will initially consume up to 500 tpd Kisumu City waste, 5,720 tons of MSW currently available in the Kisumu County area. This will eliminate the current practice of landfill saving millions of dollars over current practices. The Project will be scalable to take advantage of future growth opportunities expandable to all the MSW in the including agricultural waste and other various waste streams giving Kisumu 100% reuse and complete recycling with no need for any waste to go to a landfill and reaching the county’s goal of carbon neutral by 2025.

what we offer

Net Zero Technology & Funding

Kisumu County generates about 5,720 tons of solid waste per day per Kisumu-County-CIDP-II-2018-2022

Alset Power

The Circular economy for Kisumu We provide Sustainable functionality in the waste sector & The Feasibility Study could be underway in July or August 2022 (USD $1m to USD $1.5 m)

Main build could start approximately August 2022 and operational plant by August 2023 – USD $90 Million full funding via US Exim Bank, PPP, Power Purchase Agreements (PPA’s) will help pay for the plant – no money required from Kisumu County Government

Recycling & Gasification

This website is an aid to Kisumu Government to describe the vision for Kisumu if deemed worthy.  The plants will be incorporated inside the new Waste Plant & Educational centres with the manufacturing of new products from the Recycled glass, metals, ceramics & ash.

Each plant costs SD $90 million, including trucks

50 new trucks

Gasification is very clean and 45% more efficient than Incineration & 50% lower cost.  Our EPC Company that will build the plants is Siemens. 100% Recycling with Gasification electricity production Recovery, Reduction & Reuse

Each plants needs 6 acres of land




Kisumu County generates about 5,720 tons of solid waste per day per Kisumu-County-CIDP-II-2018-2022

LZWT – ZERO-Waste Technology Sustainable Urban & Rural living…..

We deliver Service functionality, Natural value, adaptive capacity, effective EMS software system and regenerative Circular model. ZERO Waste – ZERO Landfill for Kisumu. We have over 100 years expertise in waste management, twenty-six years in Climate Change Mitigation and our EPC company to build the plant is Siemens with over 1,500 Power Plants they have built globally. 300 JOBS CREATED PER PLANT.

Alset Power Company Inc (USA) – Our work

Siemens Portfolio

Siemens will act as EPC – they have built over 1,000 Power Plants Globally

Siemens Power Plants

1,000 power plants built globally

Monitoring

Continual checks and monitoring ensuring efficiency & Environmental compliance

Syn Gas Turbines

Our Gasification plant take the waste to produce electricity from syngas production % Recycle 100% Glass, Metals & Ash (plastic used for electricity production to meet the needs of Kisumu)

Recycling & Gasfication, Manufacturing & Food production

Manufacturing

Circular Economy in action for a Sustainable Urban life.

What comes out – Zero waste goes to the landfill sites from our plant as new products are made from the 15 tonnes per day of glass from the plant, ash & ceramicsCircular Economy in action

Glass Recycled

ZERO waste goes back into the landfill sites – 10 tonnes per day from the plant of metals are resold for reuse in manufacture of new products

 

Metal Recycled

New products are made such as building concrete blocks for house building or road building material from the 15 tonnes per day (tpd) of glass & 10 tpd of Ash100% Reuse & Recycling

Building blocks

Net Zero – Circular Economy

Our Team

100 years of waste management experience

Alan Brewer MSc

Senior Vice President

 Alan Brewer MSc. Environmental Engineering CEd. Env.Sci Grad.MCIWM AEI. Global Assessment BREEAM – Knowledge Transfer

CEO PSECC Ltd (UK)Tel 0044 (0) 2392 478160 0044 (0) 7510 977203Twenty-six years in Sustainable Development programming. 

Avery Knox

CEO & President

Timothy Makofu 

Development Manager

Councillor Timothy Makofu – PSECC Ltd Representative in UK -Tel 0044 (0) 7455 948 487Email: tmakofu@gmail.com

Edith Samuel 

Facilitation Manager

Edith Samuel Based in the UK0044 (0) 7727 072300

Sustainable Urban & Rural Life

Kisumu
Circular Economy

This is a project that takes waste and turns it into a valuable resource. Daily waste is collected in the new trucks and sent to the Waste processing plant. All waste, unsorted goes into the Gasification plant and Syngas is produced for Electricity Production and glass, metals, ash & ceramics are recovered and recycled. Manufacturing then takes place.



Zero Waste – Zero Landfill – 

Gasification  and Recycling combined together

Carbon Dioxide from the plants used for food production

Enjoy the best food and processing combined together

Green houses set up at the waste plant & Education centre