ricionB2H – Your urban biomass is used to generate heat, electricity and high-quality products

We use the term “urban biomass” to refer to all biogenic material flows that occur in urban areas. This typically includes tree and shrub cuttings, lawn and meadow cuttings, leaves, nature conservation materials, garden waste, etc., which accumulate in very large quantities and cause high disposal costs for local authorities and districts. In addition, there is biomass from commercial processing, such as food production, the paper industry and horse husbandry.

With the ricionB2H process, urban biomass can be utilised for material and energy recovery via carbonisation in line with the regional circular economy. For districts and local authorities, this recycling method helps to reduce disposal costs, creates alternative energy supply solutions and also contributes to climate protection.