There’s no such thing as waste. There’s just potential fuel.

The issue and opportunity

Consumption, no matter how conscious, inevitably produces waste. Globally, we are creating 2.01 billion metric tons of municipal solid waste (MSW) annually. And that trend is set to continue: the World Bank estimates that the world’s overall waste generation will increase to 3.4 billion metric tons by 2050.

This presents society, business and the environment with an immense challenge - and opportunity. 

 

The freedom of movement that air travel affords hundreds of millions of travelers results in the aviation industry producing approximately 2.5% of global man-made carbon emissions per year. That number is very significant - it is equivalent to 781 million tons of carbon dioxide.

 

In a globalized world demand for air travel is only set to increase: annual passenger numbers are expected to grow from 4.4 billion to 7.5 billion by 2035.

WasteFuel is a next-generation waste to fuel business that uses proven technology to convert municipal waste into aviation grade biofuel that burns at an 80% reduction in carbon to fossil fuel-based aviation fuel. 

This technology represents one of the biggest breakthroughs in the energy industry’s history. 

 

It brings two parallel trend lines together to create a circular economy that will have a radical impact on how we view, value and treat waste - and how we harness it’s extraordinary power to mobilize life in the 21st century. 

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From dump to pump