Proven technology drives our efforts.

Unveiling Our Innovation: A Glimpse into Our Technology and Strategic Approach for Turning Ideas into Reality.

Why put your trust in our technologies?

In use for 20+ years

We use established segregation and dry AD technology that is based on industry standards and applied in over 100 locations across Europe, Africa & Asia, with a proven track-record of over 20 years.

On-site installation and extensive training

SusBDe will help start up the installation and provide onsite training to your designated people responsible for the basic functioning of the installation and small maintenance activities like changing filter cartridges.

High quality standards

Elevate Your Standards: Our Dutch-Built Skid-Mounted Components, Compliant with DIN norms, and Certified by Leading Authorities and customized to Your Certification Preferences.

We Reuse waste in four simple steps:

1. At the heart: Segregation

Organic materials form the basis for biogas fermentation. Therefore, the organic matter gets separated from other fractions in the waste, through a segregation system, designed to handle the unsorted MSW waste with high moisture contents and contamination.

The mechanical system comprises of a hopper, a steel slag conveyor, trommel screens, belt conveyors, an air separator, magnets, etc. In case of any escape of small quantity, it will not affect the biogas production as well as compost.

2. Digestion

Biogas is generated through the anaerobic digestion process, in which bacteria break down organic materials like solid animal manure, biowaste, and food waste in an oxygen-deprived environment.

This sustainable approach harnesses the potential of these organic resources, transforming them into biogas—a valuable source of energy in the form of gas, as well as beneficial soil products in the form of liquids and solids. Biogas systems leverage anaerobic digestion to efficiently repurpose these organic materials, promoting both environmental conservation and energy production.

3. Purification

During fermentation, biogas is extracted from the resulting mass. This process is closely monitored to allow for optimal gas extraction.

Afterwards, biogas is further purified. The Biogas purification technique is based on Membrane upgrading technology, as this is consistent and delivering of the highest possible methane.

4. Composting

The fourth step is Composting. This is an organic method of producing compost manure by decomposition and stabilization of organic matter. Composting process is a commonly used method and results in the production of stable compost product reduced in size (when compared to initial size) and free from offensive odors.

Composting can be carried out in ways including aerobically, anaerobically, vermi-composting and by any other biological mechanism..

Our Approach revolves around four key pillars

Establishing Local Partnerships & Financing

We kickstart the Waste to Energy project by initiating the concession process, securing land and permits in collaboration with local partners. Furthermore, we oversee the local offtake of gas, fertilizer, and recyclables.

Detailed Design

Our next step involves providing an intricately detailed design that is tailored to the specific needs of the project. This design is executed by local Engineering, Procurement, Construction, and Management (EPCM) partners who possess in-depth knowledge of the region.

Comprehensive Technical Solutions

We bring together all the necessary technology partners and manage all aspects of contracts, from installation to warranties and ongoing operation and maintenance, ensuring a seamless and worry-free project execution.

Efficient Plant Commissioning & Monitoring

Our commitment extends beyond project completion. We handle the entire commissioning process and continue to monitor the plant's performance to ensure optimal efficiency.