Services Overview

  • Sustainable Green Waste to energy solutions
  • Garments Manufacturing
  • Telecommunications Servicing
  • Pharmaceutical Indenting
  • Project funding and Profit sharing
  • Financial Trading and Consultation
  • Securities
  • Strategic planning and business consultation

Waste to energy plants


Energy recovery from waste is the conversion of non-recyclable waste materials into useable heat, electricity, or fuel through a variety of processes, including combustion, gasification, pyrolization, anaerobic digestion, and landfill gas (LFG) recovery. This process is often called waste-to-energy (WTE). Energy recovery from waste facility Energy recovery from waste is part of the non-hazardous waste management hierarchy. Converting non-recyclable waste materials into electricity and heat generates a renewable energy source and reduces carbon emissions by offsetting the need for energy from fossil sources and reduces methane generation from landfills.




engineered and semi engineered landfills

An engineered landfill site allows final disposal of solid waste in a secure manner by minimizing the impacts on the environment. The design of the landfill site proposed by the Cintec Group uses leading-edge technology and the materials used for the construction of the cells have proven their long-term stability.

The waste is spread out in a thin layer in the waterproof cells where they are leveled, compacted and covered periodically with soil or another inert material. Ditches all around the site deviate the surface water before it comes in contact with the waste. As for rainwater that infiltrates itself into the waste, it gets mixed with contaminants and increases leachate, which is collected at the bottom of the cells and is sent to the lagoons for treatment. After a few years, the degradation of the biodegradable part in waste produces landfill gas. This gas is captured by a network of wells installed all over the site and is burned or converted into energy.

Once their final capacity is attained, we proceed with the closure of the cells by installing a cover that will favour the growth of vegetation. During the operation and after the closure of the cells, an environmental follow-up program is put in place in order to verify the quality of the surface and underground water, the quality of the air, the noise level and the efficiency of the systems for leachate treatment and landfill gas control.

Facility analysis design and Feasibility studies

Feasibility studies are preliminary studies undertaken in the very early stage of a project. They tend to be carried out when a project is large or complex, or where there is some doubt or controversy regarding the proposed development. If an environmental impact assessment (EIA) is required, this may involve assessments best undertaken as part of feasibility studies.

  • The goals of the project
  • Opportunities and constraints of the designated site
  • Key issues influencing the design
  • The sizes and design criteria for every room in the building
  • The limits of the project site and the scope of all related site improvements, such as roads, landscaping, and utilities
  • Design criteria for all building systems
  • Estimated construction cost