Our Technology

Our simple approach is to convert waste-to-resource with onsite bioenergy solutions. Minimizing the export of “waste” just makes so much sense – especially when you can generate clean renewable energy and recover water, nutrients, organic matter/carbon and beneficial microbes from it. Conserve resources, build healthy soil, avoid importing to your site and costs. The primary barrier has been the lack of scalable technology and the belief that economy of scale at distant facilities trumps onsite material recycling. We know that is not true where hauling, tipping fees, fuel, and energy rates are significant expenses.

We offer a basket of technologies for food and beverage “waste,” landscape “waste,” wood “waste,” packaged unsalable food, and fats. They are designed to serve food and beverage sectors, commercial, industrial, institutional, and residential communities of 100 to 50,000 people. They are designed to make the very best use of materials and to return as much carbon to the soil as possible. This propels the cycle of organic and renewable resource generation hyperlocally.

Let’s unpack that basket of Portable and Onsite Technologies Offered by Impact Bioenergy™.

Anaerobic Digestion

Portable Bioenergy Systems that convert 1,000 to 35,500 lbs per week of organic waste into renewable energy and biofertilizer with zero waste. These microdigester systems can be used in urban, campus, or farm environments and have odor control and semi-automatic or automatic operation. Learn More


Bunker Style Composting is available with pre-fabricated skid-mounted mechanical systems. Capacity is highly scalable as the bunker size, number of bunkers, residence time, and pile height are all adjustable. Learn More

Wood Gasification

Portable continuous systems are available for processing approximately 2 cubic feet of clean, dry wood per hour in a proprietary two-stage process. Learn More

Biomass Heating

Hot Air Systems are available through our cooperation with Pronto Bioenergy Solutions. They run on dry wood chips or pellets and can generate up to 130 C (265 F) warm air out outlet temperature. Learn More

Product De-packaging

Product destruction systems to de-package unsalable food or other organics and beverages are available to divert packaged food away from disposal. Learn More

Pelleting Organic Materials

Dried digestate, finished compost, cellulose, and other carbon-based products can be pelletized prilled, or briquetted for more efficient storage, transport, marketing, and application. Learn More


Animal and vegetable fat conversion systems are available in a variety of sizes and capabilities. Learn More