EER to build plant in Romania

EER uses molten gas at temperatures between 1,400 and 7,000 degrees celsius in a process called plasma gasification melting (PGM) to melt down municipal and household, medical and low-level radioactive waste.

Environmental Energy Resources Ltd (EER), a unit of investment company Shrem Fudim Kelner Co. Ltd., announced on Wednesday that it has signed a contract with a Romanian company to build the first Plasma Gasification Melting facility in that country. The expected price of construction is estimated at $30 million. EER uses molten gas at temperatures between 1,400 and 7,000 degrees celsius in a process called plasma gasification melting (PGM) to melt down municipal and household, medical and low-level radioactive waste.