An Innovative Approach
Once we have identified an ideal area for a plant or been approached by a potential client — which has been the predominant line — InRim uses a questionnaire to gauge the parameters of the area. This includes determining and analysing basic costs, population (each line requires approximately 10,000 people), and so on. A thorough political and economic risk assessment is also undertaken during this stage. If the area appears promising after reviewing this fundamental data, we progress to a more detailed feasibility study.
Full Scoping Study
If the area is deemed suitable, a full scoping study begins. This study determines detailed costings at site level, and establishes the process required to gain a contract for the waste collection and the off-take Agreements/Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) needed. Government approval processes are also outlined, and timeframes established.
Once compete, InRim proceeds to the funding phase — each stage within this phase requires a different level of funding. Of course, the primary objective is to ensure the project can be completed within a set budget and timeframe, and will remain commercially viable for the life of the asset.
Discover more about Continuous Pyrolysis.
Explore the six plant stages.
Learn about financing and timelines.