Genesis Biotech Certification - Key information about the project "Multi Site Biogas Initiative"


The project aims to recover organic waste and produce electricity and heat, thus contributing to a cleaner and more sustainable environment. Genesis Biotech is committed to the highest standards of quality and efficiency, ensuring that every stage of the project is carried out to Gold Standard regulations.

The project is currently in the process of certifying its carbon credits to achieve Gold Standard international accreditation. It uses innovative methods to quantify, certify and maximise impacts on climate security and sustainable development.  The criteria set by the international Gold Standard organisation are aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Upon successfully finalizing its Gold Standard certification, Genesis Biotech SRL is aiming to receive carbon credits in an equal amount with the certified CO2 emissions reduction achieved by the project activities.




Waste Collection System

Establishing a streamlined process for collecting fresh waste from supermarkets and other relevant businesses. This includes developing partnerships, setting up collection schedules, and ensuring compliance with health and safety regulations.

Technological process

Constructing or retrofitting a facility equipped with anaerobic digesters. These digesters will break down organic matter from the collected waste in an oxygen-free environment, producing biogas as a byproduct.

Biogas Refinement

Implementing systems to refine the biogas produced to meet quality standards suitable for various applications. This may involve removing impurities such as hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide, as well as compressing or liquefying the biogas for transportation and storage.

Energy Generation and Utilization

Utilizing the biogas as a renewable energy source for electricity generation, heating, or as a vehicle fuel. This energy can be used onsite or sold back to the grid, contributing to local energy independence and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Waste Residue Management

Managing the digestate residue left after the anaerobic digestion process. This residue can be used as a nutrient-rich fertilizer for agricultural purposes or converted into other value-added products, closing the loop on the waste-to-energy cycle.

Circular Economy

Promoting a circular economy model by converting waste into valuable resources, closing the loop on the waste stream and creating a more sustainable and resilient ecosystem.



We are pleased and honored to invite you to the Stakeholder Consultation and Project Presentation Meeting of Genesis Biotech project, which forms part of the Local Stakeholder Consultation process under the Gold Standard requirements. 

The meeting will be held:
Date: 18th of June, 2024
Hour: 10:00 – 12:00
Place: Mariko Inn Hotel, Roman, Neamt county

Genesis Biotech is developing a CO2 emissions reduction project through the valorization of  organic wastes and production of electrical and thermal energy from renewable sources.
The project is currently going through a certification process to adhere to the international ‘Gold Standard’, which utilizes innovative approaches to quantify, certify and maximize impacts towards climate security and sustainable development and is aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. 

During the meeting, we would like to present the certification pathway for this project, what carbon credits are, what role they play in the project. Please see enclosed documents for further details. 
We kindly ask you to participate in the meeting, and we’ll greatly appreciate if you could confirm your attendance by 12th of June 2024 via e-mail to In the case you cannot participate, please feel free to send us your questions and/or concerns at the e-mail mentioned above. 

Looking forward to your answer.


Please note that starting from 20/06/2024, for a period of 30 days, the second phase of the stakeholder consultation in the Genesis Biotech SRL project, Feedback Round, will start. In this phase please send your feedback on the project presented here or to the email address