Elevating and simplifying waste to energy methods for everyone.

 

Somax diverts agricultural, food, septic, green and other organic wastes from landfills and wastewater treatment plants, and instead uses it as the feedstock for value-added bioproducts. The flexible application of the bioproducts is another source of innovation. With help from our partners at Villanova University's College of Engineering,  Somax can tailor make these bioproducts for each industry. Agriculture activities will get soil amendment from their manure or agricultural waste, while food manufacturers and wastewater treatment plants would receive a renewable fuel source from their waste. 

Somax Bioenergy uses organic waste as a resource for sustainable development and resilient waste management. Somax has developed a multi-faceted organic waste transformation system called the Carbon Reduction Platform. The CRP features innovations at all levels. Its focus is on the establishment of industrial symbiosis (when one industry’s waste is another’s resource) and a circular economic model within these industries:

                                                          -  Agricultural

                                                          - Manufacturing

                                                          - Sanitation 

Using our renewable bioproducts, we can generate: 

After years of researching and testing waste conversion technology, Somax has explored dozens of applications for our process. The products in highest demand currently are renewable energyclean water, and nutrients (fertilizer).

 

What Can We Produce?

 
A constantly growing population and a warming climate are challenging society to increase food production while reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. At the same time, soils are degraded and waters are being polluted from increasing application of synthetic fertilizers to compensate for the loss of soil nutrients, which ultimately further degrades soils and increases greenhouse gas emissions.
 

Food Waste

Food Waste Crisis Video

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Globally 40% of food produced ends up rotting in trashcans, dumpsters, and landfills.

That is equivalent to 1.3 Billion tons of food.

This food waste releases Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and Methane (CH4) therefore harming our atmosphere and speeding up climate change.

Check Out This Great Video About The Food Waste Crisis

 

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