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VUNA

We provide a patented technology able to produce a safe, effective and certified fertiliser from recycling urine.

May 2023
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01.

Identification

We use a patented technology to locally recycle human and livestock urine into a certified fertiliser. The solution creates a green alternative revenue source for large commercial buildings while taking part in the circular economy. It reduces the nutrient load on ground waters and wastewater treatment plants.

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Label Date May 12, 2023
From Switzerland
Maturity stage Initial market commercialization
Looking For Network, New clients, Visibility, Funding, Partners, Credibility
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The environmental benefits

  • A 400 people building can recycle 511Kg of Nitrogen, and produce enough fertiliser to grow 18t of grain
  • Buildings recycling urine at the source save on average 1.5Kg of CO2 per M2/year
  • 1 Kg of grain fertilised with Aurin emits 175gr of CO2 less than with a conventional fertiliser
  • Synthetic fertiliser production emits 1.2% of global CO2 emissions, while human and animal excreta could replace 100% of that synthetic fertiliser
03.

The Financial benefits

  • Recycling urine in a building can see a return on investment in 15 years
  • Locally produced fertilisers cost the same than fertilisers produced far away
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Activity Region

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Company Profile

VunaNexus AG

We use a patented technology to locally recycle human and livestock urine into a certified fertiliser, Aurin.

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Headquarters 8600 Dübendorf, Switzerland
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Networking Partner

Horizon Results Platform - European Commission

The Horizon Results Platform is a new European Commission platform helping EU Research & Innovation funding beneficiaries to valorise their results with a view to creating socio-economic impact.

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