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Making biogas an accessible and reliable investment

Customers & waste types

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Reliable and profitable biogas systems for everyone

The sizes of our biogas reactors
range from a couple of m3 to thousands

A small version of our latest, cylindrical reactor model (with one possible rodent protection solution).

50 m3 reactor for sugar industry in India.

Small-scale reactor with a volume of 10 m3.

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.

Do you wonder if your would-be substrate can be used for biogas production? Please ask us. Either you will receive an answer straight away or we will perform an analysis.

While looking at the below examples it is useful to remember that all biogas producers can also use or sell the byproduct (digestate), which is a nutrient-rich organic fertilizer, and that it is common to mix different waste types, for example when neighboring businesses cooperate to produce biogas efficiently.

The produced biogas can for example be used

directly for heating, cooking, gas lighting or retail


for conversion into electricity, fuel cells or CBG (compressed biogas for car fuel).


  • Industrial farms
  • Large farms
  • Small or medium-sized farms
  • Plantations

Through producing biogas it is very often possible to benefit much more than currently from manure and residues – with minimal loss of fertilizer potential. This goes for any size of farm or plantation.


  • Meat / Chicken
  • Dairy
  • Fish / seafood
  • Soy
  • Edible oil
  • Juice
  • Leather
  • Rubber
  • Paper
  • Medicine
  • Wool
  • Wastewater

We provide complete waste to energy solutions for many different kinds of industries; almost all types of industrial enterprises that produces organic waste can use our systems to solve costly waste problems and improve energy security and stability, and even to diversify into becoming local biogas suppliers (perhaps by processing organic waste from external sources as well as their own). For example, just in Indonesia, we are currently helping dairy, tofu and poultry industries to use their waste to significantly reduce dependence on LPG and other fossil fuels (or firewood) and to reduce carbon emissions. The biogas they produce is used for heating and cooking as well as electrification.


  • Fruit / Vegetable / Crop markets
  • Town squares
  • 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

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


  • Campuses
  • Neighborhoods
  • High-rise complexes
  • Individual households
  • Public toilets

Housing units in many shapes and constellations can turn sanitary problems, eyesores or waste-handling costs into solutions.Additionally, our reactors work well also at the small scale – as small as 2 m3. This lets individual households produce biogas either fully from their own organic waste or by complementing with other people’s. The produced biogas can be used for cooking, heating or lighting, with reduced indoor air pollution as a health bonus. Another possibility is to become a neighborhood biogas retailer.


  • Municipalities
  • National / Regional distribution programs
  • Quick energy restoration after catastrophes

Recycling and re-use is on the rise throughout the world, and as municipalities find new administrative, technical and communicative ways of separating organic waste from non-organic waste, more biogas can be produced. Large-scale national, regional or municipal programs are other very viable possibilities, not least because immediate scale economies can be reaped by, for example, placing large orders on our household reactors. Since our reactors are prefabricated, lightweight and foldable, their advantages can be disseminated very swiftly. And if energy supply is disturbed by natural disasters, authorities can quickly deploy our systems to alleviate the situation – or, better, build resilience beforehand (the reactors are earthquake proof).