Globalgreen International

Waste to Energy

Our mission is to deliver innovative, efficient, profitable and environmentally responsible solutions that convert waste-into-fuel-into-energy and achieve zero-waste solutions for our partners.


Consisting of chemicals with a wide range of molecular weight distribution that can be used as a direct replacement for Standard Diesel used in energy generation among other uses. 

One of the unique aspects of the GGII pyrolysis technology is that it will create 10,000 litres of euro grade green diesel everyday, seven days a week, 50 weeks a year, using just 20 tonnes of suitable dry feedstock per day. The syn-diesel is refined to meet international fuel standards and can be used as a standard grade diesel. 

Syn Gas

Syn-gas, or synthetic gas, is the name given to volatile gas that has been created by the pyrolysis chamber and containing varying amounts of carbon monoxide and hydrogen.

The syn-gas produced is used to power both the generation turbine(s) and the Pyrolysis plant. 

Electricity generated from 20 tonnes of waste per day, using the syn-gas method will supply 2 MW.h of green renewable energy supplied directly to the national or state electricity grid. Using the latest power generation technology, we are able to maximise returns in Energy Generation. 


A GGII pyrolysis plant only creates a very small amount of bio-char and this is a significant co-product of the pyrolysis process having properties similar to coke. At 23–32 GJ per tonne, pyrolysis bio-char has a higher heating value than many grades of coal and is a green fuel that is CO2 neutral.

Bio-char can be used as a substitute for other industrial fuels to produce the heat required for drying the feedstock and / or to supply heat to the pyrolysis reactor or in pelletized form can be fed into the boiler to generate further energy for electricity production.

The addition of bio-char to agricultural soils is receiving much attention due to the benefits to soil quality and enhanced crop yields, as well as the potential to gain carbon credits by active carbon sequestration.

Studies have shown that bio-char can aid in:

  • nutrient retention and caption exchange capacity
  • decreasing soil acidity
  • the decrease uptake of soil toxins
  • improving soil structure
  • nutrient use efficiency
  • water-holding capacity
  • the decreased release of non-CO2 greenhouse gases.