Our Mission Statement.
Setting a new standard of environmental responsibility by producing affordable
energy and conserving natural resources.
- According high priority to customer satisfaction.
- Maintaining high standards of quality, efficiency and reliability through
the use of state of the art technology and practices.
- Cultivating mutually rewarding relationship with its partners in business.
- Full commitment to environmental protection.
- Being fully alive to social responsibility as a good corporate citizen.
- Striving to maximize profitability and cost effectiveness.
Explanation Of BSD Name.
The thinking and purpose that led to the formation of Biomass Syngas Development Inc. (BSD) is captioned in its own name as further explained below. BSD is entirely dedicated to the green exploitation of renewable resources.
Biomass is defined as material of recent biological origin, derived from plant or animal matter. To create bioenergy, it can be combusted to generate heat and power, or converted into biofuels or a renewable gas. Biomass for heat and power usually falls in one of three categories:
- Biomass sourced from conventional forestry management. This includes thinning and felling sustainably managed forests, parklands and trees from other green spaces. It also includes sawmill residues (often processed to produce wood pellets), other wood processing residues and parts of trees unsuitable for the timber industry.
- Biomass from agricultural crops and residues. This includes crops grown primarily for use in energy generation (“energy crops”). Biomass for heat and power can use “woody” energy crops such as gliricidia, casuarinas, bamboo…etc., which can be grown on land unsuitable for food crops. Biomass can also be sourced from agricultural residues such as bagasse (from sugar cane or sweet sorghum), cotton stalk, rice straw, husk and kernels. Two liquid biofuels from this type of biomass are in commercial production for transport; bioethanol made from fermenting agricultural crops such as sugar cane, sugar beet or wheat; and biodiesel produced from oily crops such as sunflower, olive tree and oilseed rape or by processing oily wastes such as cooking oil and animal fats.
- Biomass from biodegradable waste and other similar materials; this includes sewage sludge, animal manure, waste wood from construction, and food waste that would otherwise be disposed of in landfill.
Syngas is defined as producer gas resulting from the process of gasification or pyrolysis (high temperature treatment in the presence of little or no oxygen) of biomass. The combustion for energy production of syngas, where the feedstock is biomass, is carbon neutral.