organic residues to advanced nutrient

Our solutions recover nutrients that would otherwise be lost, protect the environment and conserve valuable resources. We offer sustainable high-performance fertiliser products for sustainable agriculture.



A&U Anlagenbau
und Umwelttechnik mbH & Co.KG

A&U Service- und Vertriebs GmbH (A&U) develop and build systems for treating waste gas from biogas CHP plants whilst simultaneously processing fermentation substrate by stripping and desalinating liquid digestate. Useful process fluids are made from the fermentation substrate. Organic mineral fertilisers are produced from digestate after the ammonia has been absorbed.


GICON Holding GmbH

GICON (Großmann Ingenieur Consult GmbH) supplies technology and designs systems which create biogas from organic and non-organic waste. GICON also has significant expertise in the removal of contaminants during the biogas process, separating out N and P compounds and optimising the fertilising properties of fermentation products.


Glatt Ingenieurtechnik GmbH

Glatt Ingenieurtechnik GmbH (Glatt) is an innovative systems engineer with a comprehensive range of processes and technologies for drying and granulating materials for a wide variety of applications. It also offers this technology as a turnkey solution for production facilities.


GM-Biogas GmbH

The GM Biogas GmbH & Co. KG (GMB) operates a biogas facility with NawaRos which uses poultry manure to create both power and fertiliser. It is well established in the field of biogas production and the processing of digestate to create intermediate and end products for organic fertilise.


GNS - Gesellschaft für Nachhaltige
Stoffnutzung mbH

GNS is a development and consulting firm which focuses on the biochemical and thermochemical use of biomass and waste. It developed and commercialised the “FaserPlus” method for recovering ammoniacal nitrogen from digestate.


Veolia Klärschlammverwertung Deutschland GmbH

Veolia Klärschlammverwertung Deutschland GmbH (previously LAV Markranstädt GmbH) is a one-stop shop for organic waste disposal services which specialises in recycling municipal sewage sludge. Its aim is to open up new value chains for organic waste through the use of innovative processes and technologies.


LTC - Lufttechnik

LTC – Lufttechnik Crimmitschau GmbH is an expert in systems, container and reactor engineering. It focuses on steam treatment systems for the food industry, pressure equipment and pressurised containers up to 300 bar and filtration systems for exhaust air and particle separation.


wks Technik GmbH

Wks Technik GmbH is a systems provider which provides water supply, rain water and wastewater treatment and renewable energy solutions to customers in a variety of sectors. It develops and builds systems which use MAP precipitation to recover phosphorus and electrodialysis to treat process water.


WIN Wartung und Instandhaltung
GmbH Zwickau

WIN Wartung und Instandhaltung GmbH Zwickau is an expert in the technology used in treatment plants. It develops optimised processes for facilities operated by its customers and systems for dewatering sewage sludge, in addition to converting and engineering customer-specific systems and providing maintenance services.


Deutsches Bio-
masseforschungs- zentrum DBFZ GmbH

DBFZ Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum gemeinnützige GmbH drives innovation in hydrothermal processes. It uses an extensive range of laboratory and technical facilities to carry out tests and assessments in a wide range of fields, including reaction kinetics.


Fraunhofer CBP

The Fraunhofer Center for Chemical-Biotechnological Processes is a leading developer of processes and technology involved in the use of biogenous raw materials and waste and generating high-quality extracts.


Fraunhofer IKTS

The Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems develops high-performance ceramic materials for environmental technology, water processing, machine engineering and energy supply applications. It manufactures prototypes on its own production lines. The ITCS is a leading developer of processes and technologies for water processing and membranes.


Materialforschungs- und –

prüfanstalt an der Bauhaus-Universität Weimar


The Material Research and Testing Facility at the Bauhaus University Weimar (MFPA) is a research institution that focuses on the research and development of new materials, processes and components with better economic and ecological credentials than their predecessors. It also develops new methods for testing and inspection, and monitoring materials and processes. In addition to a wide range of analytical services, the MFPA provides R&D expertise, know-how and systems engineering solutions for companies involved in nutrient recovery.


Institut für Technische Chemie
TU Bergakademie Freiberg

TU Bergakademie Freiberg focuses on comprehensive processes for recovering valuable materials from complex mixtures. It also conducts research into the recovery of phosphorus, particularly from sewage sludge and sewage sludge ashes.


Technische Uni-
versität Dresden, Institut für Abfall- und

Kreislaufwirt- schaft

The Technical University of Dresden’s research increases the efficiency of waste-powered facilities. The Institute of Waste Management and the Circular Economy performs cutting edge tests at its VERENA fluidised bed combustion facility.
Westsächsische Hochschule
The University of Applied Sciences Zwickau develops innovative processes and technologies for the treatment of waste waters and process waters, recycling waste and closing the material cycle. In addition to designing and testing thermal processing units, it also evaluates and optimises analytical methods.