• Implementation
  • Design
  • Permitting
  • Insurability
  • Human Resources

Every GeneSyst facility is unique, depending on its application. The beauty of the GeneSyst system is its flexibility, made possible through the use of our exclusive GPV technology.

In some cases, the system provides a profitable use for an abundance of resource materials. In other situations, a desired output product provides the impetus for developing a facility.

The GeneSyst system can utilize a wide range of input source materials to produce useful, marketable products from otherwise detrimental waste materials through an environmentally efficient process.

On a compensated basis, GeneSyst International, Inc. provides consulting services and quality control assurance to each licensee to support the integrity of each facility. Although each facility responds to local needs, there are several factors which all have in common.

Disciplined engineering design, specifications, and construction execution.

The first requirement of engineering design is the understanding of the mass balance – what goes in must come out - albeit in a new form, whether solid, liquid or gas. This balance provides the design criteria for plant engineering and permit applications.

Established supporting industrial and permitting base

The substrata of the earth (unless along a fault line or salt dome) provides an extremely stable environment for the installation of a GPV. The geology of most urban areas is well documented, and the rules and bonding requirements for drilling are already in place. A GPV installation is very similar to the placement of a municipal water well, with established suppliers and highly qualified contractors. There are few surprises in this highly-vetted process.

Defined liabilities and insurability

Efficacy insurance is available for GPV projects, subject to engineering design and specifications. This insurability, unique in the waste management industry, represents a key economic advantage to working with the closed system. After processing, the organic debris no longer exists. The potential for loss is limited and predictable, unlike the open- ended, long-term liabilities of landfill, incineration or gasification solutions.

The safe, effective, efficient use of manpower.

GeneSyst recognizes that a safe working environment is an effective working environment. The design of the GPV protects employees from any contact with actual fluids during the conversion process, and output is sterile. Promoting safety within the working environment protects the local and larger environment as well.

Quality training and tools are critical to optimizing production and increasing return on investment. Effective training results in safer, more efficient employees. Providing the right tools for the job improves productivity and reduces the unit costs of production, which translates into better wages and increased job satisfaction.