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RETRIEVAL PROCESS

The PR Park includes three types of retrieval: manual (paper, plastics, metals, etc.), gas and liquid (oils, chemicals, etc.) and remaining substances that are processed by the Superplasmic Field Generator© where they are heated to sufficient temperatures to disassemble the structure of the molecules. Approximately forty percent (40%) of the energy released is used to run the operation and the remaining sixty percent (60%) excess energy is converted to electricity and made available to the larger community.

A team of Tenant Companies processes each substance in the input stream. Each Tenant Company is an expert on retrieval of the specific products involved. A Site Company that coordinates and controls the overall operation of the Retrieval Process correlates the retrieval process.

As you can see from Diagram 1, below, three retrieval processes are used in the Remediation Park: manual, gas/liquids, and solids.

Remediation Park

100% Retrieval of Precious Resources

Retrieval Process

Diagram 1

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A primary goal of a PR Park is to retrieve one hundred percent (100%) of resources that are essential to assure the preservation of the environment and resources of the planet for future generations. The PR Park establishes sustainability because it not only stops the pollution but it also generates a network of energy and industry on site making it possible to establish a self-sustaining community.

We humans are, as a species, taking the next step in our evolution. We are joining together to make every effort to limit the rise in global temperatures so it stays beneath the 2°C that is essential to insure the survival of our species. We have the technology and the resources. We can put an end to industrial and community pollution and stop the rampant waste of the limited resources of our planet. Our first step is to establish an effective retrieval and recycling process within each of our communities. Here are more details of its operation (#s refer to Diagram 1).

MANUAL RETRIEVAL PROCESSES (2 & 3):

Manual Retrieval requires people to separate out, by hand or machine, the paper, plastics, rubber, metals and other visible retrievable substances that can be recycled into use in our society.

According to reports, about twenty percent (20%) of visible wastes are recycled in America via manual/mechanical retrieval processes. The rest are usually burned or buried in landfills. This practice is considered a crime against future generations. According to current estimates, if we recycled the paper that is currently in use we would never have to cut down another tree. Paper that cannot be used in recycling for one reason or another can be used in other products (such as paper cement, etc.).

Recycled plastic, a by-product of oil, will save millions of gallons of oil a year. Recycled rubber can produce hundreds of products (as in combination with sawdust and made into Rumber - rubber lumber - that is extremely resistant to corrosion and used near the ocean in boats and decks, etc.).

Processing junk cars can produce an ongoing stream of steel, copper, aluminum and other products that can be used to create new (electric) cars that are independent for oil and gas and pollution free. Numerous products can be made (see Network section for more details).

GAS AND LIQUID RETRIEVAL PROCESSES (4 & 5):

The methane, carbon dioxide and other gases currently being emitted by local sewage treatment plants, city dumps and landfills, will be collected and transformed by the Remediation Park which integrates all gas-generating wastes and liquids into an enclosed low-pressure treatment process that does not allow leakage into the outside environment. Air within the facility is slowly pumped into the treatment process where impurities are removed. Liquids, such as sewage and toxic containers are processed directly into the system. (See the Network section for more details).

Part of the heat from the Superplasmic Field Generator is used to operate a refinery for the oils, gases and other substances that have been fed into the Remediation Park. The refinery produces an ongoing supply of combustion-engine fuels and other uses. Any remaining unused substances from the refinery are reprocessed through the remediation system. Theoretically, everything is retrievable.

SOLIDS (6):

Conveyers to an ongoing retrieval process carry any solids, not retrieved by hand. Metals that respond to magnetics are picked up and dumped into the grinder and exposed to increased temperatures, refined and turned into useful products.

Each metal melts at a different temperature so each is separated (using standard separation processes) and then processed onsite into various grades and molded into various products for market (see Network for more details).

POWDERING PLANT (7):

Each chemical component is gasified and centrifuged (in the "Bowel") where each atomic weight is filtered off. Thus every element can be used as desired (see Network for details).

STORAGE BANK (8):

The Remediation Park's intake of waste materials will vary according to peak hours where peak input may not be able to be processed. The Storage Bank allows overflow to be stored until capacity opens to manage the materials. Since the generator has flexible input capabilities, it is unlikely that the Storage Bank will see much use but wisdom requires it be available as an option.

GAS INDUCTION (9):

As temperatures rise and materials are processed, everything left over, turns into a gas. The molecules of the gas are retrievable and remaining pollutants will be inducted into the Superplasmic Field Generator's processing chamber.

PRESSURIZATION PLANT (10):

In order to control the rate of induction into the Generator Processing Chamber, it is necessary to have a pressurization plant. The Control Center assures that the rate of induction does not exceed the ability of the Generator Processing Chamber.

CONTROL UNIT (11):

Coordination of each aspect of the remediation process is managed through a Central Control Unit where a computer-integrated system insures every aspect of the process remains at maximum efficiency and effectiveness at all times.

COOLANT INLET (12):

The average temperature of the Generator Processing Chamber can reach heights capable of dismantling the molecular structure of the waste material molecules. As the materials are processed they move closer to the generator arc and the temperature rises. Valuable gases are retrieved on a molecular basis by centrifuge according to their atomic weight.

The coolant is dampered when it passes through various remediation processes. Water, for example, turns to steam that converts the remaining heat into electricity to run the Remediation Park and the sustainable community. The computer-controlled coolant flow dampers the temperature and cycles the coolant back into the generator to pick up more heat. The coolant flow is precisely controlled and completely safe.

SUPERPLASMIC FIELD PROCESSING CHAMBER (13):

Nothing goes directly into the field generator. Materials pass by the generator at the maximum temperature for its required transformation. It's all about temperature. As steel, for example, reaches the temperature of 2,000 degrees, it melts and is processed off into a Bessemer converter. As copper melts, it is put through a froth flotation device that allows purification of the copper.

The Processing Chamber serves as the conduit through which each substance is separated out and placed into its most efficient purification process. All remaining unwanted substances are processed through to achieve temperatures that disassemble their molecular structures, releasing the energy that is stored therein. The heat generated produces enough energy to operate the process plus an additional sixty percent (60%) becomes available to the outside community. The community has its own local supply of power.

FILTERING SYSTEM (14):

After passing through the Processing Chamber the only remaining substance is a pure carbon ash that is collected on a series of electronic grab-grids. This ash has many industrial uses (see Network for more details). The result is a zero carbon footprint. No pollution goes into the environment.

COOLANT OUTLINE TO TURBINES (15):

Heat produced from the generator and the Processing Chamber is carried by coolant through a series of chambers until it ends up in the electric generating turbines. The electricity is distributed through various applications in the Retrieval Processes. The remaining electricity is made available to the public grid.

THE PRODUCT STREAM

Depending upon the content of the Input Stream going into the Phoenix Remediation Park, a stream of products come out. Old steel becomes new steel. Old copper, aluminum, gold, silver and other precious minerals are retrieved along with everything from fabrics to oils. Each product provides a broader base for a sustainable community. The steel becomes available for multiple uses. Each precious resource can be cycled back into the society. Garbage is, in reality, a treasure chest for future generations. Pollutants, emissions and toxic wastes of all kinds provide a new economic opportunity for the entire community.

In summary, the Phoenix Remediation Park is an integral part of an affordable, sustainable community because it is able to process each substance that enters the system in such a way that the minerals and other substances that are of value now or to future generations are recovered. Those elements remaining are processed at high temperatures until their molecular structure disassociates into energy and carbon ash. The ash is collected on an electric grid and used in industry to make new products. There are zero emissions into the environment. The retrieval process uses about forty percent (40%) of the energy it generates and the remaining energy can be made available to the larger community.

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