TECHNOLOGY > Biomass & Waste to Green Diesel conversion Biomass Conversion and Liquefaction process

We are one of the few pioneers that use waste heat as the source of energy for the heating installations of greenhouses. The result: a huge reduction in energy costs and less harm to the environment.

Cold catalytic conversion is a process for the reduction of complex organic materials into light synthetic diesel. It mimics the natural geological processes thought to be involved in the production of fossil fuels. Under pressure and heat, long chain polymers of hydrogen, oxygen, and carbon decompose into short-chain petroleum hydrocarbons with a maximum length of around 18 carbons.

The efficiency is regarding to the low reaction temperature (250 285°C), and high conversion rates (about 80 % of the Hydrocarbons content of the input materials).

Εngineering is provided to all projects by Green Alliance SA in cooperation with major German companies and the supervision of Prof. Dr.Werner Rammensse and the University of Colone. Also Green Alliance SA provides Project Management services to the projects.

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BM&L process advantages
• Converts any raw material with a cellulosic base, biomass or waste of any kind, liquid or solid into Energy (fuels, electricity, thermal power) & Useful products (natural fertilizers, methanol for fuel cells, recycled water)
• Provides an inexpensive, reliable way to supplement the world's declining energy supply
• It can be used on a large scale in industrial projects with production of several million tons/year output
• Low maintenance services and extended operational longevity
• Uses a combination of catalysts and temperature differences for each type of input. During BM&L process the C+H chemical combinations are being reconstructed into the type of required output, such as synthetic oil or bio-fuel as gasoline, diesel, or lubricants.

The process unit is very low maintenance, reliable and safe. Energy demand, heat and power, for processing is supplied by a combined heat and power (CHP) plant, consuming only about 10% of the diesel produced.