In nature there is no "waste", everything is recovered and put back into circulation in a virtuous cycle.
Therefore, any waste sent to landfill is not a solution but an impoverishment of the present generation and a subsequent problem to be managed for future generations.
Nothing is created and nothing is destroyed but everything is transformed: it is our precise duty to apply technological innovations for progress and for the protection of our planet with abundant but limited resources.
In recent years the concept of Circular Economy has emerged: an economic system capable of reusing materials in subsequent production cycles, minimizing waste, and capable of seizing every opportunity to limit the input material and energy input, placing maximum attention to social and territorial enhancement. Given its great potential, the circular economy is currently at the center of environmental policies not only in Europe.
In this context, the contribution of the production of electricity from solid biomass through gasification represents not only a fundamental tool for implementing the principles of the circular economy, but also an important element for environmental protection, as well as for the reduction of social costs and the economic development also of agricultural sectors and local communities.
This is how our products are born: improving the environment, solving previous problems and giving our children an increasingly beautiful and hospitable planet.