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  • Renew | Re-energise | Reinvent

  • 3R Consultants:

    A bio-industry innovation, project and business development group.

    Our team:

    Farmer turned Water/Waste/Solar Energy expert; Oil/Gas/Chemicals Engineer turned IT/Business turned BioIndustry expert; a Market Research/Benefit Cost expert

    We specialise in:

    > Monitoring/evaluating global bio-industry feedstocks, technologies, products, projects, markets.

    > Preparing bio-mass, energy, fuels, water and waste products assessments and solutions for clients.

    > Establishing and leading business, technical and commercial transformation projects.

    > Identifying biomass feedstocks, technologies, products and projects for urban, rural, mining and remote communities.

    > Performing feasibility studies for the best project configuration, size and location for our clients.

    > Selecting suitable remote location equipment e.g. prefabricated, skid-mounted, simple to operate.

    > Assisting in funding, promoting projects to potential investors, marketing and commercial activities.

    Our total life-cycle bio-industry expertise in the following emerging bio-technologies:

    > Council/Other Waste to Electricity, Bio-Fuels, Chemicals using Plasma Gasification, Syngas, Fischer Tropsch (FT), Bio-refining.

    > Sugarcane Bagasse to Ethanol/Butanol, Electricity, Bio-Fuels and Fertilisers using Fermentation, Gasification, Syngas and FT.

    > Oil Seeds, Kernels e.g. Pongamia, Waste Fatty Products to Biodiesel and Jefuel.

    > Parabolic Mirror Solar Energy to Electricity and/or Water Purification using Steam Generation, Thermal Storage and Steam Engines. Also Biomass Steam Boilers to Electricity, Water Purification.

    > Sewage/Wet Waste/Green Waste Bio-Digesters for Biogas, Electricity, Compost Soil Improver.

    > Plasma Gasification of Hazardous and Recycle Waste products.

    Bio-Industry Roadmap - Who are we?

  • Our Team and Skills in Bio-Industry Innovation, Incubation and Commercialisation:

    > Phill Carlon: Part of an innovative agricultural, livestock, irrigation and commercial property family who moved to Cairns 35 years ago. Member of the Australian Waste Management Association with expertise in water purification, solar energy to electricity using steam and thermal storage, council and remote community waste management and a new biodigester innovation.

    > Neville Wood: 30 years experience in identifying/evaluating/implementing/operating new technologies and projects for Australian Chemicals, Oil and Gas industries. This was followed by 15 years in Australia/UK IT technology projects while the bio-industries evolved. Bio-industry work resumed in 2013 to identify, evaluate and promote viable bio-industry projects for Cairns/FNQ.

    > Bill Cummings: Refer to http://www.cummings.net.au for his large contribution to Cairns projects and growth over the last 35 years. Numerous Northern Australia benefit cost feasibility studies. Major projects include Cairns Airport, Seaport, JCU Cairns Campus. JCU Councillor and 2015 Cairns Regional Council Citizen of the Year. Recent work included Cairns Harbour Dredging, Queensland Electricity Tariffs, Cape Tribulation Solar Energy User Survey.

    > Other Australian/International bio-industry process technology and equipment supply groups.

    Our Approach and Methods

    > Our team has 100+ years of Cairns, Northern/Southern Australia and UK skills and experience in evaluating, introducing and growing new technologies, projects, methods and businesses.

    > Our goal is to expand our team through collaboration with universities and other innovative young people and professionals to kick-start the Cairns/NQ Bio-Industrial Revolution. Our role will consist of ongoing activities to monitor, evaluate, research, develop, test, build new projects and businesses.

    > We have standard methods for Feasibility Studies and Technology/Business Transformation that often involve changes to business processes, technologies, IT systems, organisations and cultures.

    > Our standard Transformation report contains a situation assessment, scope of work/requirements, current status of each requirement, GAP Analysis to highlight the Issues/Problems and recommended options/solutions for each GAP.

    Feasibility Study Projects

  • Waste Management Projects:

    > Waste Recycling Transformation Project.

    > Plasma Gasification of Cairns household/community waste produce electricity, biofuels, fertilisers.

    > Smaller Plasma Gasification project for recovery/disposal of recycled and hazardous wastes.

    > Biodigester/Composting of sewage, household, food, agriculture and animal wastes to produce biogas, electricity, biofuels, or for soil improvement and reduced fertiliser usage.

    B. Bio-Fuels and Bio-Chemicals Projects:

    > Farmers Friend BioIndustry project with bagasse feedstock to produce alcohols, bio-diesel, urea.

    > Medium term higher value bio-commodities using bagasse and council/green waste feedstocks.

    > Biodiesel/biojetfuel production from Oil Seeds, Kernels, Fatty Waste using old/new technologies.

    C. Other Projects:

    > Solar Energy Bio-Electricity and Water Purification using parabolic mirrors, steam generation, thermal storage and steam engines.

    > Electricity Generation for remote Northern Queensland diesel fueled electricity generators.

    > Renewable Energy for Mines.

    > Remote Communities Bio-Industry Model.

    Projects

  • Future Waste Management Vision Allocation within Individual Projects

    Phillip Carlon - 3R Consultants Cairns, Australia - 26th March 2016

    PLASMAGASIFICATION

    PLAN

    SEWAGE PLANT/

    DIGESTER

    WATER PURIFICATION

    DRY WASTE

    WET WASTE

    RESTAURANT

    WASTE AIR CONDITIONER H

    EAT

    FOOD SCRAPS

    GREEN WASTE

    SLUDGE

    DIRTY WATERSEA WATER

    GROUND WATER

    FUTURE BIOFUELS

    PROCESSES

    GARDEN WASTE

    RECYCLE BINS

    LOCAL GARBAGE BINS VITRIFIED

    CONSTRUCTION

    OR ROAD BASE

    RECOVERED METALS

    ELECTRICITY

    BIOFUELS, FERTILISERS

    GLASS

    PALLETS

    ELECTRONIC WASTE

    CARDBOARD

    TYRES

    ALL BATTERIES

    ORGANIC WASTE

    BIO GAS

    MICROBES,ALGAE ETC.

    BIO

    GAS

    CO2

    WASTE(RESIDENTIAL, C

    OMMERCIAL

    INDUSTRIAL WASTE)

    KEY

    Inputs

    Output

    Revenue Streams

    KEY TO INDIVIDUAL BIOINDUSTRY PROJECTSProject 1 : Council Collections / Transfer Stations

    Project 2 : Waste to power and bioproducts

    Project 3 : Recycled, metal and hazardous materials

    Project 4 : Sewage / Biodigester

    Project 5 : Water Purification

  • BioIndustry Project/Business 15Is Life Cycle Diagram

    This Diagram shows our proposed BioIndustry Life Cycle Diagram to effectively manage the large number of new and existing BioIndustry Projects in a Roadmap, Funding Round, or Capital Works Program, etc.

    It reflects the large scope and immaturity of the BioIndustry with many in-house and external Ideas, Inventions, etc. being constantly generated. These need to be recorded and managed using standard and consisted procedures.

    More Details on our BioIndustry Life Cycle Management process and preliminary standard methods are in Appendix 1

    BioIndustry RoadmapCairns/Queensland BioIndustry Roadmap

    BioIndustry Project/Business 15Is Life Cycle Diagram

    This Diagram shows our proposed BioIndustry Life Cycle Diagram to effectively manage the large number of new and existing BioIndustry Projects in a Roadmap, Funding Round, or Capital Works Program, etc.

    It reflects the large scope and immaturity of the BioIndustry with many in-house and external Ideas, Inventions, etc. being constantly generated. These need to be recorded and managed using standard and consisted procedures.

    BioIndustry Project/Business 15Is Life Cycle Diagram

    26th March 2016

    Cairns/Queensland BioIndustry Roadmap

    This Diagram shows our proposed BioIndustry Life Cycle Diagram toeffectively manage the large numberof new and existing BioIndustryProjects in a Roadmap, FundingRound, or Capital Works Program,etc.

    It reflects the large scope andimmaturity of the BioIndustry withmany in-house and external Ideas,Inventions, etc. being constantlygenerated. These need to be recorded and managed using standard and consisted procedures.More Details on our BioIndustry LifeCycle Management process andpreliminary standard methods are inAppendix 1

    Neville Wood-3R Consultants Cairns, AustraliaNeville Wood - 3R ConsultantsCairns, Australia - 26th March 2016

  • Project 1: Municipal Waste Processes Household Waste

    AMRC = Advanced Resource Recovery Centre (Bedminster)

    MRC = Materials Recovery Centre

    FEEDSTOCKS PROCESSES AND LOCATIONS PRODUCTS

    NO REGIONALPERMANENT DISPOSAL

    AUSTRALIAN PERMANENTUSE/ DISPOSAL

    NO AUSTRALIANPERMANENT DISPOSAL

    LOCAL USE

    LOCAL USE

    NO REGIONALPERMANENT DISPOSAL

    SEPARATE AND LOADNOMINATED WASTE

    YELLOW COUNCILBINS

    SEPARATE AND LOADRECYCLING WASTE

    PRIVATE BINS,BAGS, TRAILERS

    LOAD GREEN ANDBUILDING WASTE

    COUNCIL TRANSFERSTATIONS

    RECEIVE GREEN ANDRECYCLE WASTE

    TRANSPORTED TO MAREEBACAPPED LANDFILL

    MOVED TOOTHER DEPOTS

    CONVERTED TOMULCH

    TRANSPORTED TOVARIOUS LANDFILLS

    CONVERTEDTO MULCH

    CONVERTEDTO COMPOST

    (OFTEN CONTAINS GREEN WASTE)

    ORGANIC WASTE

    TOTAL WASTE

    SMALL QUANTITIES

    NOT RECYCLEWASTE

    RECYCLE WASTE

    GREEN WASTE

    BUILDING WASTE

    PACKAGED/BUNDLED UP

    L

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