Solution | Product, Service
A small-scale, easy to install, and modular designed container to transform organic waste into energy
A fully automated solution that transforms organic waste into energy-rich biogas on-site, which can be used for renewable heat and electricity.
The food chain produces huge amounts of waste. Which must be managed. This usually means transporting it to a central facility to be dealt with. The Flexibuster plant transforms organic waste into energy-rich biogas on-site, and comprises a fully automated anaerobic digestion process that does not require specialist expertise to operate. The modular design allows easy scalability by simply adding modules for larger waste streams. Waste-disposal costs and the methane emissions are avoided as the gas is captured and used for energy generation.
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Caribbean, Central America, Northern America, Northern Europe, Southern Europe, Western Europe, Australia and New Zealand, South Africa, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, China, Japan, South Korea, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Israel,
Solutions helps to achieve these SDG's.
Clean water and sanitation
Affordable and clean energy
Industry, innovation and infrastructure
Responsible consumption and production
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Categories of application
Other, Wastewater treatment, Water recycling, Biogas, Anaerobic digestion, Supply chain efficiency, Sustainable fertilizers, Waste treatment, Waste management, Waste valorization,