At Genesis Biopartner, we use advanced technology to transform organic waste into biogas and then into electricity and heat, with a capacity of 2.1 MW electric power and 2 MW thermal power, which equals the daily consumption of 6,000 households. Here is how our process works:

Collection of Waste


The process starts with the collection of biodegradable organic waste from various sources, including food industry, hospitality, retail and many others.



After collection, the organic matter is transported to the facilities of Genesis Biopartner for further anaerobic digestion.

Sorting of Waste


Biomass undergoes a sorting procedure in which unwanted or non-organic materials (such as plastics or metals) are removed.
 Waste can also be shredded to facilitate uniform digestion in anaerobic fermenters.

Anaerobic Digestion


The prepared substrate is introduced into the anaerobic digestion fermenter.
Here, it undergoes the fermentation process, which, in the absence of oxygen, generates biogas. This is mainly composed of methane gas (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2), and is a natural and renewable fuel.

Production and use of biogas


The biogas thus obtained is used in high-efficiency cogeneration plants to produce electricity and heat. Electrical energy produced is supplied to the electricity grid, thus contributing to the provision of green energy. Thermal energy is used for heating and hot water supply.


6 000


2.1 MWelectric

per hour

2 MWtermic

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7 mil. m3


We produce here over 7 million cubic meters of biogas annually, which is converted into electricity and heat
using state-of-the-art cogeneration technologies, with a capacity of 2,1 MW electric power and 2 MW thermal power
which is equivalent to the daily consumption of 6.000 households.



The fermentation process generates a valuable by-product called digestate, a nutrient-rich organic fertilizer that helps increase the percentage of humus in the soil, the key to rich agricultural crops. Humus is life for the soil, it is the stable organic component of the soil, but in recent years, due to inappropriate farming practices and excessive use of chemical fertilizers, its level is getting lower and lower. Digestion combats this effect and is a smart solution to close the cycle of resources and help protect the environment.

Spread on fields, it nourishes the soil, reduces the need for chemical fertilizers and keeps humus levels high. Moreover, it turns organic waste into an important resource for agriculture and ecology.

Test the benefits of organic fertilizer for yourself!