Waste to Energy

Oando Clean Energy is set to lead the net zero emissions charge by decreasing the amount of methane generated from illegal dumpsites and landfills - methane has approximately 30 times higher impact on the environment compared to carbon dioxide.

Implementation of waste to energy systems for us is a high priority and the target is to produce energy and alternative fuel from waste through biochemical processes such as anaerobic digestion, fermentation, and thermochemical processes, such as pyrolysis and gasification.

As at 2018, there were over 2,000 waste to energy plants converting municipal solid waste to energy and heat globally, with only two situated in Africa and none currently working in Nigeria.

As a research focused organization, we will utilize feasibility studies, innovation, technology, and partnerships, to determine the best waste to energy system and technology capable of handling our specific waste types to generate immense amounts of energy towards unlocking Africa's growth potentials.

Read our Pre-Feasibility Assessment