Reducing emissions: Magnifying New Zealand’s impact

A change in market attitudes and needs, leveraging strong local and international relationships, and a new way of thinking have enabled clean-tech start-up Cetogenix to bring world-leading science out of the laboratory and into actuality.

Cetogenix is addressing the most significant challenges presented by disposal of the world’s 1.5 billion tonne per year organic waste streams: value recovery, environmental impacts, and processing cost. This is being achieved by focusing on modular, retrofittable systems for conversion of organic biomass feedstocks to energy, nutrients, and bio-based products, that ensure ‘no waste is left behind’.

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Companies like Cetogenix are developing systems to process “digestate”

Green Molecules - How to Get Natural Gas to Net Zero

‍Green Molecules for Deep Decarbonization Recently, the American Gas Association (AGA) published a report titled “Net-Zero Emissions Opportunities for Gas Utilities”, highlighting potential pathways for natural gas utilities to achieve net zero emissions...Companies like Cetogenix are developing systems to process “digestate”
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Catalyst Agri-Innovations Society

Catalyst Agri-Innovations Society is excited to support the development and deployment of this potentially game changing technology in Canada.

Congratulations on this fundraising milestone Trevor Stuthridge and team. Anaerobic digestion is an extremely mature technology that has not advanced substantially in a long time. Cetogenix can be inserted at multiple points to dramatically improve efficiency and effectiveness...
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