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    Biogas a sustainable replacement for LPG and Natural Gas

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    Offering Higest Quality Technical Fabrics Since 1960s

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    Installation in ONE day

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    The most cost effective biogas system available in the market

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    Scalable and Modular Digesters

Customer Types

The cost effectiveness and accessibility of our biogas systems means that a larger variety of actors than ever before can become biogas producers. No matter if you represent a government, a SME, a household or anything in between, we can help you cut costs, gain new income and reduce environmental impacts. Biogas producers can also use or sell the byproduct (digestate), which is a nutrient-rich organic fertilizer.


•      Industrial farms

•      Large farms

•      Small or medium-sized farms

•      Plantations

Through producing biogas it is more profitable than using organic waste directly as fertilizer. By setting up a biogas only 20% of waste is converted as biogas and rest 80 % is recovered back as fertilizer.


•      Fruit / Vegetable / Crop markets

•      Meat / Chicken / Fish / Seafood markets

•      Supermarkets

Unsold products at marketplaces of all kinds can be turned into cost savings or even revenue sources.


•      Restaurants

•      Cafés

•      Food courts

•      Canteens

•      Food courts

•      Hawker centers

Any type of eatery can make biogas production an integral part of their business by converting leftovers and grease to biogas.


•      Campuses

•      High-rise complexes

•      Individual households

•      Public toilets

Housing units of different sizes and constellations can turn sanitary problems or waste-handling costs into solutions. Additionally, our reactors work well also at the small scale – as small as 2 m3


•      Municipalities

•      National / Regional distribution programs

•      Quick energy restoration after catastrophes

Recycling and re-use is on the rise throughout the world, as municipalities find new administrative, technical and communicative ways of separating organic waste from non-organic waste, more biogas can be produced.