These partners are currently working with Agile Green and have a positive relationship with saving healthcare systems substantially. We’ll continue to evolve as the technology evolves.
Future physical plant products: Renewable energy and storage, onsite energy production, W2E (Incineration), water usage conservation, HVAC improvements addressing HAI’s
Future patient centric products and services: Allergy IGE testing, Cannabinoid and ECS testing, metabolic concussion testing, PGx, MTM compliance and safety testing, Medical Tourism for high cost specialty medications (www.IMSSDRUGS.com)
Indoor Air Quality
GI Our HVAC attached Generators provide an immediate, permanent solution to combat poor indoor air quality due to bacteria, viruses, mold, volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) and offensive odors. No fumes, no harsh chemicals and it can be used safely around humans and animals.
Our treatment technology does not use any chemicals or create any toxic by-products but merely mimics the earth’s atmospheric cleansing process and brings it indoors. The earth has used this same technique for millions of years proving effective and safe for humans, plants, pets etc.
Large U.S. hospitals consumed an estimated 133 billion gallons of water in 2007, totaling $615 million in expenditures—about 43 million gallons and $200,000 per building. Water conservation can help hospitals save operating costs and energy. SSV valves are Flow Management Devices that use technology to manage the effects of air in the Water Supply Lines to combat the Inefficiency of the Metering Device to provide you the Volume of Water your facility requires.
By bringing Efficiency to your Supply and Demand requirements SSV will help reduce your Metered Consumption. The SSV Flow Management Device (FMD) uses a reverse flow of air to compress air that is entrapped in your water system.
Hospitals rely on water quality and availability to protect patient health, and should prioritize these needs while reducing wasteful or unnecessary water consumption. As with other sustainability projects, health care leaders should ensure solutions will work in a hospital setting.
The majority of the products procured by health care organizations ultimately become waste. About 80 percent of hospital waste is considered general, unregulated waste, while regulated medical waste and hazardous chemical waste make up a smaller portion of waste by volume.
Waste management programs and changes in consumption trends can help a healthcare organization reduce the amount of waste it generates, saving on both handling and disposal costs and providing environmental benefits. Better waste management systems also can provide safety benefits to patients and staff, such as reduced needle sticks when using reusable sharps containers.
Our system uses heating from electrically conducting gas (a plasma) to convert waste feeds to valuable products. The systems are highly effective in processing a wide variety of waste streams, including hazardous and biomedical, waste; transforming them into valuable commercial products including energy (ultra-clean power generation or transportation fuels production, using the syngas) and industrial materials (chemicals from the syngas; roofing tiles, insulating panels, sand-blasting media and other construction-related products from the glass; and recoverable metals). Our system is environmentally attractive based on its minimal environmental impact and ability to provide near-total destruction of organic materials.