1) UHT = ultra-high temperature

Industrial waste in general and hazardous, partially toxic waste are often only thermally destroyed today. The potential of this non-recyclable waste as raw material remains untapped. The same is true for the disposal of infectious hospital waste.

We change this using state of the art and safe processes.

With the proven and certified technology of a gasification plant with downstream temperature increase to a maximum of 5,000 degrees Celsius (“ultra-high temperature processing”) and following gas purification we split the input material into its smallest origins and produce hydrogen (H2) as energy source and liquid carbon dioxide (CO2), e.g. for use in the food industry.

As input material for the UHT process a variety of materials can be used:

  • all high caloric, solid and liquid waste, g., not recyclable plastic waste, films etc.
  • waste from the petrochemical industry
  • waste from the chemical industry
  • waste from the pharmaceutical industry
  • waste from wind turbines (rotor blades from composite material)
  • flammable waste from the automobile sector (automotive shredder residue)
  • tire waste
  • contaminated water

From that we produce hydrogen and liquid industrially useable and valuable carbon dioxide. The quantity structure is as follows:

From 30,000 t/a industrial and other waste we generate in combination with water in the pyrolysis process

  • 5,000* t/a hydrogen and
  • 30,000* t/a liquid carbon dioxide for the food industry

During this process hydrogen and carbon dioxide are produced in a circular method that considerably contributes to the protection of natural resources and safeguarding of environmentally friendly waste management (according to §1 Circular Economy Act).

* outcome volume depending on quality of input material