Serving to Conserve

InRim was incorporated to undertake the integration, commercialisation, and operation of leading-edge technology waste-to-energy processes. Although many technology suppliers have developed components for use in modular waste-to-energy processing, none have developed a complete waste management solution, as a standalone process, for the viable commercial treatment of industrial and municipal solid wastes.

Continuous Pyrolysis Technology is used to convert municipal solid waste (or other organic or petrochemically derived feedstock) to synthesis gas and bio-oil. These outputs are then refined or consumed to produce EN590 grade diesel and/or generate electricity, depending on plant design and configuration. A hybrid plant produces diesel and electricity, while the all-electricity syngas plant devotes energy released during the pyrolysis process to electricity production.

Since our inception, we have entered into formal agreements in Zambia, Sri Lanka, and Western Australia, with work currently underway also in South Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Ghana, and other African countries.

The Team

We’re a team of professionals with extensive experience in project management, technology solutions, and international business management.

David Fletcher

David is a qualified Engineer who has spent many years in senior management roles with Australian icons such as CSR, Coca-Cola Amatil, as well as Qantas and Ansett Airlines at a General Management and CEO level. David has previously been involved in the restructuring and rebuilding of the Ansett Regional airlines as the CEO of Skywest Airlines, and has many years’ international experience in the construction and commissioning of complex technology plants. He has significant experience in launching new businesses, with the ability to integrate complex technology and the people required to plan and operate it. These expert skills will ensure effective and efficient delivery of InRim projects.

Brian Dunn

With previous experience as a Senior Banker in Australia, Brian also held the role of Commercial Manager for Minproc Engineers Limited. Brian has had extensive experience with business development, corporate advisory, and finance in public and private sectors at all levels. His international exposure to business has included roles as Managing Director for Noble Gold Bibiani Ltd in West Africa and Chairman of businesses based in the Asia-Pacific region. Brian’s noteworthy experience in corporate advisory and business structuring provides significant capabilities to the team. Additionally, Brian’s focus on community integration in projects adds yet another dimension to InRim.

Pete Slade

With decades of experience as a Project Manager in the building and construction industries, Pete’s international involvement in major industrial building projects adds significant depth to InRim for the civil works programs required for InRim projects. Pete’s international experience in new business establishment brings further insight to the team in this critical area. With his formative years spent farming, Pete’s love of, and consideration for, the environment ensures a balanced approach to project design.