Our vision is to establish a sustainable and economically viable circular economy utilizing organic residues and waste materials holistically to produce energy carriers (fuels), industrial gases, chemicals and concentrated fertilizers. The mission is to make as many waste streams as possible usable by converting them into valuable feedstocks.


Infinite Fuels addresses serious environmental issues in Germany and Europe

Sewage Sludge Problem

Avoidance of sludge spreading on agricultural soil. Instead there will be a pollution-free elimination of the sludge and an alternative, controlled fertilizer production.

The sludge becomes a feedstock for fuels, chemicals and fertilizer.

The technology is suitable for small mobile plants as well as industrial plants without or with digestion tower (witch means also for digester gas).

High particulate emissions / partly SOx emissions

Drastic reduction of emissions (particulates, SOx, NOx) by use of high-quality, clean, CO2-neutral and zero sulphur fuels, especially for vehicles like cars, taxis, trucks, buses, shunting, loaders, ships, diesel locomotives, aircraft, etc..

Over fertilization / Groundwater hazard

Avoidance of over-fertilization of agricultural soil by excessive, uncontrolled application of manure, digestate and sewage sludge.

Preventing groundwater pollution – particularly by nitrates – by controlled fertilization of agricultural soils.

Unprofitable Biogas Plants (EEG)

Potential of the upgrading of existing biogas plants for the production of clean, sustainable products like fuels, industrial gases, chemicals and fertilizer.

Change to an environmentally friendly, economical operation of biogas plants and sewage treatment plants, regardless of the EEG or other subsidies.

Infinite Fuels is going to show the way how to solve these problems
with the LIFE CoWaCo Project funded by the European Commission LIFE Programme


In order to shift to a circular economy, waste materials need to be converted into useful products. This means extracting valuable components from organic waste (municipal, domestic, garden, sewage sludge), paper, wood, used lubricants, paints and organic chemicals, thus reducing the amount of waste that is incinerated.


LIFE CoWaCo will set up a near-zero emission prototype in Rendsburg, northern Germany, to process biogas and wet residuals (sewage sludge, manure) into sulphur-free, carbon-neutral and high-quality primary products (fuels, lubricants and solvents), and profitable by-products (fertilisers and water). This will reduce the amount of waste incinerated, preventing harmful effects on soil, air, climate, groundwater and resources. The prototype will be optimised to meet product quality standards. This will create new market potential for existing bio and sewer-gas plants, waste disposal and wastewater treatment companies and suppliers of raw input materials.
The project will help implement the EU’s Roadmap to a Resource Efficient Europe and the Biofuels Directive.

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