- Resource Regeneration -

Circular Economy

Challenges and Solutions | Circular Economy | Regeneration | Hydrogen Energy Generation and Diverse

Turning Everything into Resources

The Ambitious Challenge of Apparel Companies

Waste Becomes Energy

The Mechanism of BIOTECHWORKS-H2®

Implementing a Circular Economy

Our concept of a circular economy:

Our concept of a circular economy refers to a resource-cycling economic model that minimizes waste and reduces the environmental impact. This approach emphasizes the transition from the traditional linear economy model (extraction, manufacturing, use, disposal in a one-way direction) and prioritizes the recycling and circulation of resources and products.

Zero Waste

Features of BIOTECHWORKS-H2® Plant

Environmental Impact Visibility

Incineration-Free” = 80% Reduction in CO2 Emissions(1)
Over 80% of Non-Recyclable Waste Converted into Renewable Energy(2)=Minimal Waste

(1) Based on Proof-of-Concept (POC) data, we perform verifications in an operational environment, simulating small-scale functional cycles before embarking on large-scale development. This evaluation assesses whether the desired effects can be achieved and if the project is economically viable. Simultaneously, it helps identify areas for improvement and potential challenges.

(2) It is reported that 20% of waste is being recycled, as stated in the “General Waste Generation and Disposal Status for the Year 2021” by the Ministry of the Environment.

A Waste-Free Approach

Efficiency Without Waste

About CO2 Carbon Dioxide

All CO2 output is marketable = 100% reusable hydrogen

The amount of collected CO2 is reduced by approximately 70% compared to incineration.

The generated CO2 is 100% reusable.

(Comparison with conventional waste incineration, based on our research)

A Waste-Free Approach with No Incineration

Efficiency from Start to Finish

Regarding Slag Disposal Waste

All slag outputs are saleable = 100% Reuse