We concentrate on the material flow from waste management that currently cannot be reintegrated into the economic cycle for economic or technical reasons. It is often destroyed in waste incineration plants using fossil energy. We use this material to produce new products such as hydrogen. We close cycles and utilize our innovative, energy self-sufficient process technology to contribute to the environmentally aware energy transition.

What are our differentiators



More than 30 years experience in water and waste management. Extensive experience in project management. Early recognition of new potential.


Solid relationships with international government institutions, public universities as well as non-governmental organizations. TÜV-certified companies and financial partners are also part of our network.


Municipalities in Asia, Latin America, Europe, the Caribbean and South America with a variety of waste management and water treatment projects.


Our technology partners support us with their know-how on pyrolysis and gasification processes with ultra-high temperatures and the production of synthetic fuels from waste. But also, production of biogas plants. cleaning processes of contaminated water and ground and professional recycling of composite materials (e.g., rotor blades of wind turbines).

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A wide variety of waste management projects

Strategic partnerships

with leading manufacturers


Growing prosperity worldwide results in rapidly increasing amounts of waste.

Plastic is an important and omnipresent material in our economy and our daily lives. It is presently irreplaceable – as in the packaging industry, the construction sector, in transportation, traffic and electronics. Worldwide around 370 m tons of plastic are produced every year – only 14% are recycled. The complete decomposition of plastic takes 350 to 400 years. Europe alone struggles with around 26 m tons of plastic waste each year. Germany incinerates more than half of its plastic waste. The incineration of one kilogram of mixed plastic waste releases approximately 2.8 kg of CO2.

Furthermore, the disposal of waste (residues) from the chemical and pharmaceutical industry or composite material, films and non-reusable plastic waste poses an increasing problem for industry and municipalities. This seemingly worthless and problematic “waste” that has reached the end of its life cycle, can be made into new and high-quality products. Former waste becomes an important raw material. High caloric residues such as plastic, wood and textiles are suited very well to produce sustainable energy. Energy that is available even when the sun does not shine, or the wind does not blow.

An important product that can be made from high caloric waste is hydrogen – one of the energy sources of the future.


Germany must become independent of fossil fuels. Hydrogen as a clean substitute for natural gas, oil and coal plays an important role as it is an indispensable part of an efficient heat and energy transition. Hydrogen is versatile, easily stored, can unburden the power grid and thus make an important contribution to the energy transition in Germany.

E-Fuel (SynFuel) – raw material for chemical use or other purposes

Naphta as an important product in the chemical industry

Paraffin as an important raw material for the production of cosmetics, candles and waxes

C02 of highest quality for use in the food and beverage industry, for the production of dry ice

Residual heat from the production process to feed into cogeneration plants, local heat infrastructure etc.

These products are generated in various processes – essentially a combination of pyrolysis and UHT 1) gasification processes – in a chemical plant that operates without releasing greenhouse gas and uses the self-created energy with an exceptionally high efficiency (> 70%).

1) UHT = ultra high temperature


Dr. Christiane Pereira

Managing Director

Peter Eisele

Managing Director