National Parks

PSECC Ltd in Country partner Ngozika Victoria Onyekwelu of the Bright Future Project has been appointed as the National Park’s Waste Management Provider and she is partnering with W2E & Biomass Energy Systems Inc – BESIUSA for Sustainable Waste Solutions.

About 30% of Zambia’s 752 614 square kilometres is reserved for wildlife. There are 20 national parks and 34 game management areas in the country.  South Luangwa, Kafue and Lower Zambezi rank among the finest game parks in the world.

Continue to enjoy the National Parks in a clean environment.

Formation of a new partnership between the Bright Future project, PSECC Ltd in the UK and W2E & BESIUSA in the USA are able to provide Gasification technology processing. Renee Comly of the company W2E & BESIUSA in the USA has indicated waste as low as 5 tonnes per day (tpd) of waste can be processed in their Gasification plants.

W2E & BESIUSA would be suitable for the Sustainable Waste National Parks projects.

National Parks can now entre the Circular Economy with Recycling & Waste-to-Energy Gasification – ZERO Waste Zero Landfill.

Circular Economy in action….

The National Parks, Bright Future Project and W2E will work on Recycling initiative’s and also Gasification of MSW into Energy – Carbon Credits can go to the National Parks as extra income. Each National Park will have a shareholding in each waste plant giving extra revenues to the National Park.

The range is 5 tpd of MSW, 10tpd, 30 tpd, 50 tpd and upto 100 tpd. Provision of project Feasibility study funding will be arranged through US TDA and also main project finance will be arranged through Private Banks once a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) can be arranged with mining companies or ZESCO / Government.

National Parks in Zambia can now have their waste Sustainably managed through the use of the cleanest Gasification plants.

Below is a 10 tonne per day waste Gasification plant.