Converting waste into sustainable energy

Our technology produces revolutionary waste to energy (WTE) solutions for industrial and municipal sectors. Advancements in the use of pyrolysis provide high-efficiency, low emission conversion of waste fuels into usable energy. Reducing or eliminating up to 100% of the waste currently being deposited in landfills while providing energy for electrical generation is our specialty. By offering end-to-end engineering, procurement, financing, and operation of our WTE systems, we can provide innovative, integrated, financially viable and sustainable energy-from-waste solutions for any global market.

Latest Case Studies

Closure of AMSA Landfill a Waste to Energy Project

Waste to Energy, Guatemala

The Waste to Energy Plant was started in 2015 with final completion by January 2018. This project will effectively close the AMSA landfill site which has been in operation since 1997 and has supplied the disposal needs of four municipalities in the Lake Amatitlan region.
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Beef Slaughterhouse

Water Treatment, Canada

The client had an existing DAF treatment system for its wastewater treatment. Annual haulage costs were in the order of $1.2 Million to remove the residual sludge from the property. Internal labour costs were an additional $20,000 per annum. Simpson installed four Volute dewatering screw presses designed to process up to 30,000 gallons per day […]
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Cheese Factories

Water Treatment, Canada

Dairy processing can create high organic loading in factory wastewater streams. For one cheese maker, wastewater contained both suspended and dissolved solids, and COD, TSS and TDS were measured at 8,000 mg/l, 2,000 mg/l and 6,600 mg/l respectively. The loading was equivalent to that of a small town with a population of 3,000 people. With […]
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Latest News

Simpson Environmental Has Moved!

Posted on December 10, 2015
News

After spending 12 years at our North Service Road location in Burlington, we had to admit that we’d finally outgrown it! So in the summer of 2015, we took a short trip down the street to our new...
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SEC Focuses in on the Caribbean

Posted on December 8, 2015
Global News, News

It's hard to believe that 275,000 tons of solid waste is deposited in open dumps, rivers, or even directly into the Caribbean Sea every, single year. It's sad, and it's true. With limited landfill...
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Welcome Cindy Beverly, SEC’s New Marketing and Communications Director!

Posted on November 4, 2015
News

We’re pleased to announce that Cindy Beverly has joined our team, bringing 15 years of progressive sales and marketing experience to her position as Marketing and Communications Director. Prior to...
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