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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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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