Biowaste. Hydrocarbons. Redefined.
Every year 5.8B tonnes of wet biosolids from municipal wastewater treatment, pulp and paper production, and industrial livestock management are sent to landfills globally, releasing the CO2 equivalent of every car on the planet. The patent pending Enoverra Deepwell Reactor represents a global megatonne CO2 solution to decarbonize biowaste management and create a drop in carbon neutral feedstock for sustainable aviation fuels (SAF), renewable chemicals, and carbon sequestered agricultural hydrochar.
These feedstocks are created economically, at source, at scale, using existing oil and gas infrastructure, techniques, and workforce. Put simply, the Deepwell Reactor re-purposes abandoned oil and gas or purposed drilled wells to create the high-temperature and high-pressure environment required for the conversion of wet biosolids into carbon neutral refining feedstock and sequestered carbon. That they are wet biosolids is an important distinction as wet biosolids are not only the largest single source of biosolids globally, but their high water content makes them largely unsuitable for energy production, and exceptionally challenging to the scalability of existing methods of biosolids conversion.
In short, we offer on-site and at-source management of waste combined with revenue generation through the creation of feedstock to offset use of fossil fuels and petrochemicals while sequestering megatonnes of carbon globally.
Why our venture should be considered one of Canada’s 50 most investable cleantech companies:
We are re-purposing carbon generating infrastructure, techniques, and human resources to assist with waste management, decarbonization and a promotion of the circular economy using a low-energy, low-risk, and proven solution built right here in Canada and exported globally.