Our technology uses waste materials such as textiles, non-recyclable plastics, wood residues, or soiled food containers.

In addition to reducing landfilling and avoiding the creation of new landfill capacity, the use of municipal solid waste as a feedstock for the production of biofuels offers important advantages: it does not compete with food supply, it does not have land use impact, and it is already collected via the waste management industry’s existing collection, distribution and logistics infrastructure. It is a sustainable alternative to the challenges associated with waste disposal.