According to the Kansan ICM is decommissioning their pilot plant at Harvey County Transfer Station in Kansas. In the project, the county and ICM explored a number of different feedstock options, including waste paper, urban wood waste, and the county felt that it was a worth while project and worth the time and energy spent on it. They expressed sadness that they could not go forward with a waste-to-energy project at this time.
For more detail see the full article: http://www.thekansan.com/article/20121220/NEWS/121229996/1001/NEWS
In that time they successfully processed more than 7,000 tons of 13 different feedstocks including refuse-derived fuel (RDF) generated from municipal solid waste (MSW), tire-derived fuel mixed with RDF, wood chips, pine bark, wheat straw, corn stover, chicken litter, switchgrass, and other biomass/energy crops.
There are 3 sizes of ICM sytems 5-megawatt (MW), 150-ton-per-day (TPD) system, a 10-MW, 300-TPD system and a 15-MW, 450-TPD system, and the gasifier can be configured to produce biochar.
(For details about the initial opening of the plant see: http://biomassmagazine.com/articles/5506/icm-biomass-gasifier-ready-for-... )