Global Re-Energy Works to Fulfill the Paris Climate Change Agreement

As Global Re-Energy continues to forge forward to support small islands in development (SIDS) of sustainable, renewable energies and recycling, more is to be discussed on the Paris Climate Change agreement.

Recently some 200 nations came together and decided the Paris Climate Change Agreement was a necessity to slow global warming and aid in the reduction of the pollution and green house gas emissions that threaten the future of our planet.

The Paris Agreement requires parties to regularly report their emission reduction and progress made to make Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs).

In implementing the Paris Agreement, in special recognition with SIDS, Trinidad and Tobago seeks to decrease green house gas emission by 15% in regards to transportation, power generation and industrial facilities by 2030.

In support with these initiatives, Global Re-Energy can assist with direct technological capabilities in both recycling and renewable energy projects that will be a catalyst in achieving goals for the nation in accordance with the Paris Agreement and SIDS.

For example, in June on 2015, Global Re-Energy cut the ribbon on the grand opening of the first operable PET Wash Line / Beverage Container and Plastic Bottle Recycling Plant in Trinidad a Tobago. Our team is looking forward to additional projects expansion in the realm of recycling to further build upon this direction.

Additionally, in relation to enhanced waste management of municipal solid waste processing which also can incorporate renewable energy production in the form of electricity from waste, our team can also offer Waste to Energy Plant technologies for the nation to further reduce pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. This will achieve both a positive environmental impact while creating new renewable energy production in the form of electricity simultaneously.

Many other ancillary benefits are derived with the technologies of recycling and Waste to Energy Plant processes that will include environmental, renewable energy production and socio-economic advantages for the nation in conjunction with meeting the emission of green house gases and the eradicat6ion of landfills overtime.

To learn more about our recycling, renewable energy and our Waste to Energy Plant technologies visit our website