Our technology offers game-changing solutions to decarbonisation challenges. If you’re looking to achieve Net Zero, we can help you.
Our products include biochar and biogas, which replace fossil fuels and reduce Scope 1 emissions.
By harnessing the energy in waste more efficiently than all existing large-scale processors, our biogas will generate significant amounts of clean power and reduce an organisation’s near-direct emissions.
Wherever we treat waste, we save emissions by avoiding the normal processing pathways that generate Greenhouse Gas.
When your organisation wants to decarbonise and reduce its environmental footprint, we’re ready to work with you. Our SG technology offers clean power, biogas , carbon capture and credits.
SG technology uses a wide range of non-recyclable wastes instead of fossil fuels to generate biogas, electricity and heat for all sectors, including the hard-to-abate. Our SG 100 plant contributes to the Circular Economy by converting plastic waste to molecular feedstock.
By 2050, global waste generation is forecast to be almost 3.5 billion tonnes a year. Currently, less than 15% of the world’s waste is processed for recycling, clean energy recovery or carbon capture. What a waste!
What’s more, in 2016, those 2 billion tonnes of solid waste generated 1.6 billion tonnes of CO₂ equivalent – or about 5% of global emissions. If steps aren’t taken to prevent this, CO₂ equivalent emissions from waste could hit 2.6 billion tonnes by 2050.
In 2017, 97.5% of the UK’s non-recyclable waste was landfilled, incinerated or exported, generating over 30m tonnes of CO₂. Just 2.5% was processed, wasting a great opportunity to generate clean energy and capture carbon.
With 573 of our energy-from-waste plants, we could seize this opportunity. We’re ambitious, but also realistic. Our 5-year goal is to install 50 plants resulting in a material reduction in UK Greenhouse Gas emissions.
Sources: Based on UK Government & Tolvik.com data for 2017