In Uganda and neighboring countries, Africans are faced with serious issues of deforestation from an excessive use of firewood for heat and cooking, health problems from poor air quality and pollution, harmful waste contaminating the environment, and a sheer lack of access to energy.
Green Heat has developed a revolutionary biodigester to address all of these pressing concerns. Through our Slurry-Separation Technology (SST), we have engineered the next generation of biodigesters that tackles waste management at the source, generates alternative energy known as biofuel, and provide independence from water demands that tax households, agriculture, schools and businesses.
We have installed over 580 biogas digesters in Uganda, Mozambique, Togo, Ethiopia and Haiti, helping to create a reliable source of clean energy and organic fertilizer, all from unwanted waste products. Green Heat adds value to your waste! At the same time waste is being converted into energy, Green Heat is doing its part to reduce the reliance on non-sustainable biomass and mitigate deforestation.
It all starts with a free feasibility study (we are highly experienced conducting over 3,000 to date). From the waste available for feedstock, we determine the biogas potential and the capacity size of your digester. We will then provide the full design and construction tailored to the site requirements.
Our sub-surface digesters range from four to fifty cubic meters. They offer long-term solutions for effective waste management.
Most commonly installed at schools and rural institutions, they can replace unhygienic pit latrines.
Our portable digesters are quick and easy to install and best suited for small farms and households.
The plastic casing is fed with organic waste and will expand as biogas is produced. The gas is safely tapped off for a clean cooking and heating fuel.
Green Energy / Biofuel
We provide revolutionary energy solutions and energy consultancy for those without electricity access or seeking an efficient alternative.
Our biogas digesters take a range of animal manure, human waste and organic detritus, converting it into energy and fertilizer.
Our systems convert waste into dry slurry, creating solid fertilizer that can be packaged, stored or applied directly to fields.