Waste to Resources

  • Biogas:

One important resource is natural gas – or biogas! We produce valuable biogas from organic waste such as food waste, green waste, farm waste, food industry waste and many mo Why should these wastes be deposited or merely composted if they can be used to produce biogas or as replacement fuel using only one additional processing step?
As the organics are a very wet component in residual waste, additional energy would be necessary for incineration. From this point of view, the mechanical-biological treatment with separation of the organics is the only reasonable measure to fully tap into the energy potential.
We offer the most robust technology for these processes.

  • Energy pellets

Energy pellets are a new innovative form of pel We use light wastes, isolation material, as well as materials and wastes that could only be deposited until now and not recycled. The pellet’s caloric value is actively variable, and its high density (small volume), lack of smell and active and direct binding of pollutants during incineration are

considerable positive aspects. These pellets also follow the concept of Waste to Resources