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Circular Solutions

Solutions Enhancing Circularity create value for customers by converting existing residues, often considered waste streams, into necessary products to reduce the CO2 footprint which are economic viable and preferably local solutions.

Local residues as food waste, agricultural residues and plastic can be converted into resources for animal feed, sustainable compost or building blocks for support circular economy directly.

Fast Composting

If waste is separated, we should benefit the potential and not allow that is mixed again with non-organics later in the waste chain. To be able to process your own organic waste and at the same time make biological compost, we offer de-centralized fast composting technology to treat your organic waste at source where it is generated be it by restaurants, hotels, food distribution centers, airports etc

Compost has a number of features that are important for the soil: it adds organic matter, increases the moisture-retaining capacity and increases the resilience of the soil against diseases and pests.

Urban fast composting solutions is based on automated composting technology designed for rapid composting ranging from 24 hours to 14 days instead of the regular 2-3 months. The installation are silent in operation, create no odour and will reduce your waste stream up to 90%, with an end product that is 100% natural organic compost.

The high quality city compost that is generated inside the machine is free from harmful pathogens and it is approved by US FDA and MOEF Approved Labs.
We also provide customized solutions to our clients as we have vast experience in institutional fast composting.

ECO Bricks

With eco-bricks we recover plastics from households and landfills and use this as building block for the ‘ECO brick’ to construct building or pavers to establish environmental friendly pavements.

Eco bricks should be used in eco-friendly housing project creating the following advantages:

  • less labor manhours due to structure
  • less concrete mix, shorter curing time
  • no breakage while stored on site
  • less water usage
  • 15-20% savings in overall wall construction costs

Eco-pavers should be used in cities who want their pavements to become more eco-friendly. Advantages are:

  • one paver piece can absorb 1 liter in 8-10 seconds
  • naturally replenish groundwater instead of run offs
  • ideal for rainwater recovery in open areas
  •  reduce heat effect due to evaporation

But above all it supports the usage of recycled plastic and prevents further pollution and CO2 emissions.

Sustainable protein

The FAO estimates that food production needs to increase by 70% by 2050 to feed the world’s growing population, with a big focus on higher quality protein diets in developing parts of the world. This is putting pressure on animal feed supply chain, given that up to 7% of all greenhouse gases can be attributed to the growing of crops for animal feed.

The poultry feed market is also looking for sustainable, high quality feed alternatives for soy – the primary protein in poultry diets – which is a resource-intensive crop that has been closely linked with deforestation,

Simultaneously, 1/3 of all food produced globally is wasted. This leads to 3 billion tonnes of carbon emissions per year.

A part of the Solution Enhancing Circularity are ways to better utilise the unavoidable fraction of food waste from all parts of the supply chain, from pre-farm gate to food processing factories, to retailers, to household food waste.

Insects, specifically the Black Soldier Fly (BSF), represent a natural ‘food waste converter’, and can cheaply and efficiently transform organic waste into complex proteins and fats in their bodies. Black Soldier Fly larvae can reduce food waste volume by up to 95% over a fast 14 days growing cycle, and produce an ideal feed source for farmed salmon and laying hens, with a resulting tiny carbon footprint, represent a massive opportunity for an animal feed industry that is desperate for new sources of high-quality, sustainable feed alternatives.

With BIOMaggs we have a sustainable protein development company with an extensive background in waste management. It focuses on breeding, feeding and harvesting the black soldier fly via a consolidated model with local farmers while treating waste, resulting in the production of high protein chicken and fish feed, as well as organic compost.


Hemp, unlike corn and particularly sugarcane, can be grown in a wide range of geographic locations and climatic conditions, reducing its likelihood to compete with traditional food crops further still. On top of that, the growing properties of hemp make it an even more desirable crop from an environmental & business perspective; hemp requires no pesticides or fertilisers to grow well and often remediates the soil it grows in, in contrast to corn, wheat or sugar cane.

Hemp is known for its dual cropping; where you get two raw material products from one crop. When the hemp plant is harvested, the leaves and fibres can be used to create ethanol, while the seeds can be processed into protein-rich seed kernels and extremely nutritious Omega-rich food oil. Even the hard, woody stem can be sold for use in construction.

We can facilitate the supply of hemp products for bioenergy and biofuel in your desirable form and specifications.


Microalgae are photosynthetic micro-organisms capable of producing high valued nutritional products and/or food from inorganic substances such as CO2, making them essential in the maintenance of life on Earth.  Microalgae consume CO2 and provide oxygen which supports life on this planet.

The Biomass obtained from cultivated microalgae is applicable to a multitude of economic sectors such as human nutrition, animal nutrition, pharmacology, cosmetics, dietary supplements as well as nutrition for agriculture and hydroponic crops as well as feed for aquaculture and can be added to fertilizers.

Like all photosynthetic organisms, microalgae consume CO2 as a source of carbon (food).  In the absence of this compound, growth is considered null, just as an insufficient supply is often the factor limiting productivity. The average chemical composition of the biomass of the algae is 1.8 tons of CO2 to produce 1 ton of biomass.

The cycle begins with the fixation (consumption) of CO2 through the processes of photosynthesis, which is carried out through the Microalgae metabolic process for the formation of organic matter and Oxygen production.

We develop microalgae projects together with GSBS (, where we can integrate our technology in joint projects.