Work on food waste, separating waste, and using waste flow as raw materials to generate sustainable energy ourselves. And all this at our location, with fewer transport movements. It is all-important for the creation of a sustainable government and a sustainable living environment.
Government and HousingWorking on sustainable, reliable and available energy for everyone.
The government is working on sustainable, reliable, and available energy that is affordable for everyone. By 2030, almost 30% must be sustainable. By 2050, our energy supply must be almost 100% sustainable.
A transition to a sustainable energy supply, building management, and sustainable living is of great importance, to slow down climate change. Energy costs, the declining availability of fossil fuels, and the dependence on international energy suppliers also play a major role.
New sustainable agenda
More sustainable business operations, CO2 reduction, and savings on waste and energy costs are subjects that are on the agenda of our government and authorities on all levels.
An energy solution with bonuses
Next to solar and wind energy, the Circ BioTransformer is also a great solution for sustainable energy. This machine is a unique compact digester that converts vegetables, fruit, and food leftovers into sustainable BioGas and BioWater. You get about 0.4 m3 of biogas from 1 kilo of bio raw material, depending on the type of input. And that's a lot! BioGas, the green variant of natural gas, can be used directly for central heating, hot water, or cooking installations.
BioGas can also be converted into electricity or used as a hybrid solution to use energy as efficiently as possible. The BioTransformer can therefore also be used in gasless environment.
Sustainable building management
The greater our collective positive impact, the more sustainable our environment and the more CO₂ we collectively save.Circ - Together with you we redefine energy
- Food leftovers are converted into BioGas
- BioGas is used for heating or cooking
- There is a direct solution for processing food waste
- CO₂ reduction through energy transformation
- Cost reduction in disposal of food waste
- Major cost savings on energy consumption