We promote, own and operate biogas energy production plants.

We produce renewable energy by taking advantage of biogas from organic waste, either from landfills or from organic recovery plants with the use of anaerobic digestion systems. In this way, we contribute to the reduction of methane emissions and to the sustainability of the planet.

Biogas may also be used to generate carbon credits, once it is burned and properly monitored, thereby preventing its release into the atmosphere.


Biogas Energy Recovery aims to recover the energetic potential of biogas and, at the same time, prevents the release of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
In this way, we transform an environmental liability generated by waste into a renewable, environmentally-friendly energy product.


Biogas is produced when biological decomposition of organic matter occurs in the absence of oxygen.

Biogas, naturally generated in the process of degradation of organic matter, is a combination of gases with a high percentage of methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2), gases that, without proper use are emitted into the atmosphere, becoming one of the main contributors to the greenhouse effect and global warming.



Naturally generated in landfills, by decomposing the organic portion of urban waste deposited there, biogas can be captured through extraction systems, treated and conditioned in cleaning and compression systems, and subsequently recovered energetically in cogeneration systems, thereby generating thermal and electrical energy.

In organic recovery systems, biogas is produced in anaerobic digestion systems, and subsequently sent to treatment systems which enable it to be used in the generation of electricity or heat, or in the production of biomethane for use as fuel.