Our innovative Process reduces the Carbon Footprint every step of the way, by dealing with waste solutions and producing revenue streams that are all covered by our Intellectual Property and know-how.

We can diversify energy production, while at the same time decreasing landfill use, and increasing revenue and employment.

Our process facilities can be adapted to different Waste-to-Energy problems, and offer a range of Metro Solutions for the Urban Environment.

Reuse continues to improve access to leading edge thinking for future energy strategies and has assembled a consultant team drawing upon the knowledge of internationally recognised experts to lead the establishment of viable delivery models. Reuse provides ‘turnkey’ solutions to maximise commercial viability for the private sector along with consumer affordability, delivered through long term demand profiles. Reuse aims to benefit indigenous economies through appropriate supply chain design and to act responsibly within the communities in which it operates.

The World are currently struggling with a massive under capacity in their requirement for the disposal of municipal solid waste, the treatment of waste water sludge from large municipal/utility operated sewerage treatment plants and more generally, all other forms of biomass waste generated by industry and agriculture.

The advisory board at Reuse has been specifically selected from a team of specialists to operate across the following sectors; Renewable energy technology, Structural and Civil Engineering, Pipeline Design & Installation, Geotechnical and Environmental Science, Commercial and Development Management, Finance structures and, the investment community.

This has come about due to a prolonged period of under investment by the local authorities, central government and the utilities with little pressure from the regulators to improve this situation. As a result, biomass waste is largely dumped in landfill sites around the country or burned in industrial incinerators and it is clear to all involved that this situation cannot continue. The opportunity is to marry the urgent requirement for a huge increase in waste processing capacity in the World with the ability to convert the organic cellulose material found in biomass waste into Renewable Energy (RE).