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Bioshyft’s database covers Direct Air or Point CO2 Capture, Agriculture & Forestry Residues, Aquatic Biomass Residues, Food Processing Residues, Process- & Waste-Water, Industrial Waste, and Municipal Waste Collection & Utilization.

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Direct Air or Point CO2 Capture & Utilization

Explore innovative technologies to remove or prevent CO2 emissions​

Direct air capture is the use of chemical or physical processes to extract carbon dioxide directly from the atmosphere. Point capture removes emissions directly from the source (e.g. industrial facility). Technologies involve Carbon Mineralization, Microbial Conversion, Geologic and Biologic Sequestration, and many more.

Agriculture & Forestry Residues Collection & Utilization

Find sustainable opportunities to utilize agricultural & forestry byproducts​

The “disposal” of agricultural residues and forestry remainder is often a cause of nitrate in ground water and other kinds of environmental pollution. With circular applications these problems can be avoided e.g. by reducing raw materials needed. Some examples of agriculture & forestry residues involve branches, leaves, bark, rice straw, wheat straw, rice husk, corn stover and other forestry– & agricultural byproducts.

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Aquatic Biomass Residues Collection & Utilization

Discover technologies to reuse bio-based aquatic residues as biomass feedstock​

Aquatic residues for example from downstream processes consist of diverse of micro- and macroalgae species, etc. Interest in such feedstock for material- and energy production is rising. Relevant companies are for instance related to fisheries, seafood processing and aquaculture, including seaweed, invertebrates and similar.

Process- & Waste-Water Collection & Utilization

Gain insights on treatments to optimize the use of process- & waste-water ​

Process- & Waste-Water describes water as output of manufacturing processes. Wastewater treatment is applied to remove contaminants from wastewater. Treatments involve the application of membrane-based systems, activated carbon filters, aeration, de-alkalization, gravity pipes, manholes, and suchlike.

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Food Processing Residues Collection & Utilization

Learn more about how to convert Food Processing Residues (FPR) into valuable products​

FPRs are a necessary consequence of processing agricultural commodities for human or animal consumption and have a significant potential to pollute our environment. Technologies enabling the upcycling to functional compounds or conversion to biofuels are increasingly important. Common by-products include leaves, skins, rinds, cores, pits etc.

Industrial Waste Collection & Utilization

Find solutions for collecting, recycling and upcycling of industrial waste ​

Industrial waste consists of various materials and by-products generated during manufacturing processes. With growing environmental awareness, companies are looking for solutions for recycling and upcycling of their industrial waste. Technologies include sorting systems, pyrolysis & gasification, anaerobic digestion, composting techniques and others.

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Municipal Waste Collection & Utilization

Learn more about circular municipal waste treatments for resource conversion​

Municipal solid waste known as household trash or garbage consists of everyday items that are discarded by the public such as food waste, yard and garden waste, or similar. New collection, sorting, recycle and upcycle systems are required to increase waste-to-resource rate. 

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