Tuesday, December 08, 2009

Gems of Opportunity: Debris Reclamation and Recycling Concept: The Maritime Recycling Wreckers

Hello All,

Back in August 3rd, 2007 on this blog of mine. I wrote down a concept regarding purifying a flooded monsoon waters to a waiting supertanker ship. Water Supply Concept: Purifying Monsoon and Flood Waters Via Supertanker Vessels That will act as a floating water filtration plant where during transit will create clean potable drinking water. To be resold at its next "Port of Call" be it to nations like China, India, or elsewhere in the developed world.

Now today's concept is from my collection of notebooks regarding abstract solutions as I envision them. This concept of debris reclamation from natural disasters or recyclable municipal waste from landfills or otherwise. Was originally penned back on June 9th, 2008 in my notebook.

Picture a fleet of single or double hull super tank ships nearing retirement. That are converted with a recycling processing plant on board such a vessel. Where the super tanker with a new lease on life can reprocess and reclaim bulk materials. From a God forsaken natural disaster nearly anywhere in the world. Where a fleet of construction truck haulers can gather and haul off for a fee. All the bulk tonnage of materials that would otherwise be discarded and end up in a landfill.

The truck fleet similar to a Congo line heads to the port of call. Where an awaiting reprocessing supertanker ship is docked. Where at each Port of Call the supertanker ship unfurls a portable triage center. That will act as an industrial intake center to sort the debris via conveyor belts onto a section of the cargo holds.

Even whilst in port, the supertanker maritime wrecker reprocessing / recycling plant will be in full swing. Whereby allowing the import of additional debris materials to be in-sourced. Before ever reaching full capacity in its cargo holds. After departing and during transit to its next port of call. The maritime wrecker reprocessing plant will reverse engineer (recycle) the debris to its base materials.

Allowing the super tanker to unload such manufacturing commodities to 3rd parties. At its next port which the unloaded reclaimed and recycled commodities can be transferred to another vessel. To complete the chain of the distribution of reclaimed materials to other awaiting customers. Be they in: China, India, Brazil, Germany, or in other industrialized countries with a manufacturing base of operations.

Another off-shoot from this main concept as explained above. Is a super tanker that of instead of reprocessing debris from natural disasters. Can with a similar fleet of construction truck haulers. (If the trucks are leased or wholly-owned is another matter in question) Would haul off excess waste from a municipal landfill if not other junker sites such as vehicles.

Where as explained above the super tanker maritime wrecker would unfurl a portable intake triage center. To sort junk vehicles, mothballed aircraft's, consumer electronics, metals, plastics, chemicals, rubber, glass, petroleum base products, etc... All to be reverse engineered into commodities that can be exported by ship elsewhere.

If the initial converted super tanker maritime wrecker proves to be a success. Than successor ships can be converted that would've otherwise become mothballed themselves. Creating a small fleet of reprocessing plant supertankers sailing the world. To meet the needs of a host nation needing their services from each port of call.

Ivan "Atrayo" Pozo-Illas, has devoted 21 years of his life to the pursuit of clairvoyant automatic writing channeling the Angelic host. Ivan is the author of the spiritual wisdom series of "Jewels of Truth" consisting of 3 volumes published to date. He also channels inspired conceptual designs that are multi-faceted for the next society to come that are solutions based as a form of dharmic service. Numerous examples of his work are available at "Atrayo's Oracle" blog site of 11 years plus online. Your welcome to visit his website "Jewelsoftruth.us" for further information or to contact Atrayo directly. 

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