A viable and sustainable alternative to traditional sewage sludge disposal methods, turning problematic waste into valuable resources.

Turning things around

With global populations continuing to rise, the amount of municipal sewage is also growing, putting wastewater treatment plants under immense pressure.  Sewage sludge pyrolysis offers a viable and more sustainable alternative to traditional sewage sludge treatment, capturing carbon while producing useful green energy and biochar.

A better life for biosolids

Pyrolysis of sewage sludge transforms the waste biosolids into biochar, a valuable product which can be sold as a soil additive to support sustainable agriculture. Benefiting both the environment and society, this solution contributes to a circular economy.

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Carbon removal

Sewage sludge is high in carbon, meaning that the CO2 originally absorbed by the plant matter in the food chain can be captured and stored for centuries in the biochar. This helps your business and the planet towards net zero, and qualifies for carbon credits to help fund the project.


Excess heat energy is produced during the pyrolysis process and is fed back into the dryer to reduce the moisture content of the sludge, making the whole process self-sustaining, cutting both energy costs and emissions.

Cost savings

Offsite disposal, storage and transport are all costly to the bottom line and the environment. Pyrolysis onsite will save money, improve environmental outcomes and generate zero-to-landfill.

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Business model

Waste Biomass
Green Energy
Carbon removal

Specialist technology

For waste with high moisture content, we deploy specialist patented technology which combines the drying process with the pyrolysis itself, making it fully self-sustaining. Running 24/7, it can eliminate your need for storage and transportation while delivering high-quality biochar and valuable green energy onsite.

Accelerate your evaluation of transforming biosolids to biochar

Partner with us to:

Quantify the carbon removal potential in your biosolids

Specify solution options for your circumstances

Analyse and project the composition of your biochar

Develop detailed financial modelling for a plant