Fluidized Bed Gasification is a process that converts carbon-containing waste material into a synthetic fuel gas, along with a very small amount of inert char. Biosolids are fed into the gasifier and a controlled amount of oxygen is introduced. Once necessary temperatures are achieved, a thermo-chemical process converts the biomass into a combustible syngas primarily composed of carbon monoxide, hydrogen, and methane. This sustainable fuel can be used to produce heat in a commercial dryer to remove moisture from the biosolids. The system can cleanly reduce biosolids volume by as much as 95%.