In a climate of increasing waste production, and decreasing landfill capacity, new technologies should be pursued that provide sustainable alternatives.  QCI's technologies offer revolutionary new processes to handle municipal solid waste, waste plastic, and scrap tires.  This technology provides real benefits of: waste reduction, transportation reduction, landfill life extension, energy development, and chemical and fuel creation. No longer do we need to pollute our oceans, land, or air.  QCI has the technology to completely eliminate the high amount of waste pollution from ever entering our ecological system.

Our focus has always been on the quality of our end products, which have been independently validated by third parties.  Our new revolutionary technologies are capable of using almost all waste contents within MSW, Waste Plastic, and Scrap Tires with high efficiencies.



Landfills are bad for our health and environment.
In 1988, the EPA stated all landfills will eventually
leak. That means that runoff from landfills, carrying with it toxic chemicals from our waste ends up in our water supplies. Many communities surrounding landfills have had their drinking water contaminated by leaking landfills.


The EPA also found landfills to be the third-largest source of human-related methane emissions in the United States. Methane is a  greenhouse gas 86 times more potent than carbon dioxide according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, making it a powerful contributor to our climate crisis.





“Technological advances are creating opportunities that drive sustainability solutions. Yet only 36 percent of respondents say their companies are mostly or fully integrating sustainability into their data and analytics work. Companies that want to capture increasing value in a resource-constrained world should spend more time thinking about how to integrate their technological capabilities into their overall sustainability agenda.

As sustainability becomes more central to the business, companies should align internally on what they stand for and what actions they want to take on these issues, whether it’s economic development or changing business practices. Whatever approach companies take, they should develop a strategy with no more than five clear, well-defined priorities—one of the key factors for successful sustainability programs.”

- McKinsey Global Institute,  

“Sustainability’s strategic worth: McKinsey Global Survey results,” 2014.




Amount of waste (Tons) one average MSW plant processes per year 
The amount of plastic (Tons) one PCF machine processes in one year
The amount of tires one TCF machine processes in one year



Environmental issues have become a major subject the last few decades, affecting science and technology throughout the world due to the serious environmental threats and impacts.  The human race and the industrial revolution has been significantly polluting the planet for over 150 years.  Now it's time to reverse these damaging practices and trends through the existing technologies of QCI - the technologies now exist.

QCI has assembled some of the world's best Chemists and Engineers to work towards setting a new global standard in waste management. Alignments now provide QCI a comprehensive array of custom solutions to assist in the reduction of global pollution and the carbon footprint in all MSW, while significantly lowering their energy usage and reducing emissions.




 QCI, LLC addresses the three main goals companies have for their sustainability programs: alignment, reputation, and cost cutting.  QCI is able to work with every company to help achieve their sustainability missions and goals such as diverting all waste from landfills, lowering emissions, and keeping the environment clean.  QCI can improve any company's reputation into an industry leader in sustainability, and one of the cleanest businesses in the world.  QCI's process is also profitable, ensuring companies don't need to sacrifice their profits to have a successful sustainability program.