Supercritical (hydrothermal) gasification is a new technology that can convert wet biomass into gas. The conversion takes place in water at high pressure and temperature resulting in fast and near complete conversion of organics to gas.
Simplified process flow diagram of the supercritical gasification system developed by Gensos.
Wet waste is produced in considerable quantities. Examples are sewage sludge, animal manure, the wet fraction from municipal waste and digestate. These waste streams cannot be disposed of to the environment without proper processing. Currently available techniques are often too costly and have limited results.
Our technology enables wet waste producers to save on waste management costs, while reducing their environment footprint. Examples are waste water treatment facilities, municipal waste processors, cow and pig farms and food processors. By recovering renewable energy and minerals from their waste streams, they can create a sustainable business and environment.
What we offer
Gensos Engineering has developed a novel technology based on supercritical gasification that can break down wet and watery organic waste further than conventional methods. The waste is converted into renewable gas (up to 50 percent more than current methods), natural minerals and process water.
About Gensos Engineering
Gensos develops and commercializes supercritical gasification technology. Our proven and patented technology, continued research and process development and strategic partnerships enable us to advance frontiers in the valorization of wet waste and set the standard.