JACKSONVILLE, FL – Today Space Waste Solutions announced the ‘Patent Pending’ status of the Solar Space Waste Incineration System. This invention, which is officially pending patent review by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, is a unique solution to the growing problem of space waste and orbiting junk that currently surrounds the Earth. Space Waste Solutions is committed to exploring and promoting innovative answers to these problems and this invention moves strongly towards that goal.
“What I’m most excited about with this invention is that it provides a solution for both existing space junk as well as a way to handle future space trash so we stop adding to this serious and expanding problem,” said John D. Arwood, inventor of the Solar Space Waste Incineration System (Patent Pending) and waste removal expert. As the President of Arwood Waste he has a wealth of experience seeking innovative waste management and recycling solutions spanning several decades.
The Solar Space Waste Incineration System (Patent Pending) uses a simple process to attach waste and junk items to it’s small propulsion unit before towing it towards the Sun for incineration. Incineration is a proven method of waste management and disposal on Earth used for both hazardous and non-hazardous waste, junk, and garbage. There are also proven methods of unmanned cargo transportation in space. This invention will be a unique and sophisticated way of preventing future space waste and also capturing orbiting space items, junk, and garbage. This method of waste management helps lay the foundation for the future growth of space tourism while responsibly managing environmental impacts.