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Man-made residuals are already prevalent and are experiencing rapid growth.


Low production costs associated with SynDi Solution foster a high level of competitiveness.


Proven technology is readily deployable on a global scale.
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SynDi not only aligns with environmental goals but also enjoys strong support from regulation.


It produces a highly sought-after alternative fuel, further enhancing its appeal and market relevance.


The conversion of residuals into fuel through SynDi Solution offers remarkable environmental benefits: an impressive carbon reduction, exceeding a reduction of CO2 negative footprint of even over 90%, and also boasts a notably low water footprint due to minimal water usage, both contributing to sustainable resource management.


It operates out of ATEX zone.


In a circular approach, residuals sourced from households, industry, and agriculture are not discarded. Instead, they are repurposed and transformed into alternative fuel, ensuring a sustainable and efficient resource utilization mode.

People friendly

It is environmentally friendly and safe for communities as it generates no harmful gas emissions, odors, dust, noise, or any other adverse health impacts.

Zero waste

All by-products generated are versatile and find applications in various other industries, maximizing resource efficiency and sustainability.

Premium profitable

The efficient and user-friendly SynDi Solution, driven by high energy efficiency and cost-effectiveness, meets the growing market demand for alternative fuels. As a result, it offers a rapid payback period.

Who can benefit from the SynDi Solution?

The SynDi Solution makes a substantial contribution to enhancing the energy resilience of every nation, as it enables the production of over 20% of the modern alternative fuel used in transportation from domestically owned resources. This aligns with national strategies aimed at achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions well in advance of 2050, and it plays a pivotal role in promoting a more socially and economically equitable transition towards clean energy.
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