Each day, the world’s human waste problem continues to escalate. Due to the abundance of coliform bacteria like E. coli from human excreta and other hazardous pollutants that disrupt our ecosystems and negatively impact the health of communities already living in dire conditions therefore consequently calling for a solution to convert the Waste to Energy (W2E).

Extensive efforts have been devoted to biogas project development and research. Biogas, generated through anaerobic digestion, primarily consists of methane and carbon dioxide (CO2). The biogas production process involves four biochemical stages: hydrolysis, acidogenesis, acetogenesis, and methanogenesis.

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), food waste exhibits three times higher methane (CH4) production potential compared to most biomass. The yield from anaerobic digestion can reach as high as 3200 standard cubic feet. Additionally, research interest has grown in biogas generation more especially from wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs). They have a potential biogas yield of 450 MW or 2500 GWh per year.

The practice of co-digestion, which involves combining food waste, agricultural waste, municipal waste, and wastewater, has shown remarkable results in terms of biogas production and quality. This approach has proven to be highly effective in harnessing significant amounts of biogas from diverse waste sources.

To find effective solutions, it is essential to focus on the right areas, and this is where MEB truly excels. Our foremost objective is to thoroughly understand the communities we serve, enabling us to develop tailored solutions that precisely meet their needs. This approach speeds up providing access to suitable sanitation facilities and adapting failing infrastructure to keep pace with a rapidly changing world.

As advanced high-performance energy capturing devices become more readily available, alternative energy sources are earning increasing trust in the market. Notably, solar photovoltaic (PV) modules and concentrators are emerging as top choices among these innovative devices.

There is a significant global demand for scalable solutions to convert Waste to Energy (W2E). We have tailored our technology portfolio more so, to accommodate diverse waste types from both residential and commercial origins. MEB only uses technologies capable of eradicating disease-causing pathogens in human waste, all the while generating biogas and nutrient-rich soil enhancers.

Incorporating decentralized and biological-based innovations. We help alleviate pressure on existing centralized treatment systems or offer affordable and efficient sanitation or energy alternatives.

If you’re uncertain about where to begin, our exceptional team of engineers is ready to assist. Reach out to us, we can assess your current situation and determine the most appropriate steps to enhance your circumstances.