Envigas delivers thermochemical processes to turn organic residuals into value. Any organic material can be used to produce BioCarbon, BioOil and Syngas. Wood, bark or sawdust from the forests, stalks, husks or straw from the agro-sector or even slurries such as manure or waste water sludge can be turned into value using our processes.

By using BioCarbon as a soil enhancement it improves soil quality and reduce other harmful emissions like nitrogen oxide and methane while becoming a true carbon sink offsetting CO2 emission. The material can even provide local heat or cooling.

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Envigas offers to turn organic residuals into BioCarbon, BioOil and Syngas.

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Domsjö Carbon – Envigas’ first “Build, Own and Operate” plant.

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