Masada is working to solve the world’s garbage problems.
How does Masada plan to solve these problems, you ask?
By converting ordinary household garbage into fuel for our cars.
Truth is, there is no magic. Every step of the process has long been proven.
We just learned how to do it better.
Our core technology was actually developed by German scientists during WWII. The company merely updated, refined and enhanced the German technology to make it more commercially viable.
The CES OxyNol™ process addresses three common issues that often plague similar waste-to-fuel technologies:
The amount of DIESEL FUEL we can produce per day, per project.
The amount of ETHANOL we can produce per year, per project.
The combined VOLUME OF WASTE we can divert from landfills over the life of our projects.
TVA / DOE alternative fuel process development
1993 - 1995
CES OxyNol Proof of Concept Design and Cost Estimate (Arthur Straubing & Assoc.)
Preliminary Project Design - Simons Engineering
1997 - 1998+
Pilot Testing at TVA with Harris Group & R.W. Beck
1998 - 1999
Process Design Basis and refining of operating parameters (Harris Group / Stone & Webster)
System Process Insurance binder (USD $225 MM)
3rd party due diligence on process efficacy
2000 - 2002+
FEED Package, EPC candidates, NYSDEC & USEPA permits
2003 - 2004
EPC nominations and negotiations
2004 - 2006
Permit renewals - Management transition
2007 - 2008
Global deployment, alternate configurations
2008 - Present
International market development
There were numerous individuals and entities that contributed to the development of our technology and opened doors for us to deploy it internationally on a commercial scale. Each of these individuals and entities have recognized and respected experience and expertise in this industry, and we are proud to have them on our team.
Our project pipeline spans forty-seven international markets: