A Polish company, Bioelektra Group, received the Dell Circular Economy People's Choice Award Jan. 16 at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland for its RotoSTERIL technology, which can separate biodegradable material from municipal waste, and use in the form of biomass.
Biomass has many potential uses, the company said, including as fuel for “green” energy production, the production of construction materials or as fertilizer or soil enhancer.
Biolektra's technology is based on the sterilization and drying of waste, including a fully automated separation system. The company can locate a plant closer to cities, since the process is emission and odor-free, and has a small footprint.
According to the Warsaw-based Biolektra, RotoSTERIL meets the European Commission sustainability requirements of 65 percent waste recycling by the year 2030.
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