Until Spring 2018 Mavitec’s gasification system was part of Mavitec Green Energy. It was continued under the new division Mavitec Environmental and since July 2018 the result of a joint venture with the American company EarthCare. Mavitec Environmental offers complete solutions to gasify organic streams into usable energy forms. Gasification is a new way of solving manure issues by converting various kinds of manure into green energy and EcoChar, a high value biochar with a lot of applications.

Maximizing the value of your waste stream while improving the environment!

Gasification is the best Economic, Ecologic, Ergonomic way of handling your Manure / Litter / Organic Waste Challenges. Besides the energy source, also a high quality biochar, called EcoChar is produced. The high value EcoChar has many unique features. We are targeting a Total Supply Cycle System, and provide multiple revenue streams to our customers. For more (technical) information check out our new Brochure Gasification Systems 2018 .

We are a member of IBI, a platform for fostering stakeholder collaboration, good industry practices, and environmental and ethical standards to support biochar systems that are safe and economically viable.

Main advantages of our Gasifier:

  • Solve Litter / Manure / Organic waste/ Sludge challenges
  • Reducing volumes up to 85%
  • Handles up to 55 ton litter/manure per single unit, per day (20-30% moisture).
  • Reduce CO2 emissions of the farm to improve carbon footprint
  • High Energy content of the hot air can be used for various applications
  • Possibility of high capacity steam generation (7.7 ton steam, 10bar)
  • Possibility of electricity generation can easily go to 1 MW or more
  • For many processes you will safe 95% of the fossil fuel required
  • Produces high quality EcoChar end product


Materials to Gasify

Many products are suitable for gasification such as Poultry/Cattle/Porcine manure, Sludge, Biosolids etc. Click here for more info and/or check with our sales department what we can do for you. Most gasifiers in operations run solely on wood with limited variation. We have multiple full-scale systems running on poultry litter/manure, porcine and cattle manure.