turn your waste into
cooking gas & biofertilizer
A system that comes in a range of sizes to meet your waste management, energy generation and organic fertilizer needs.
Our Cutting-Edge Technology
Brilliantly engineered for simplicity and efficiency.
This is the process by which hungry bacteria break down organic waste, like food scraps and animal manure, producing biogas. Empty your organic waste into the digester and the bacteria will take care of the rest!
Bacteria in the digester turns the organic waste into biogas that is collected, filtered and stored in the safe and patented gas storage bag.
to the Stove
Biogas will be delivered right to the specially designed biogas stovetop. We supply you with the stove, the piping and simple instructions to guide you through.
Bacteria in the digester don’t only make biogas, they also produce organic, liquid bio-fertilizer. The bio-fertilizer flows freely so you can easily collect and use it on your crops.
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Your Awesome Results
They always say the “best things in life are free”.
Free bio-fertilizer flows from the system every day. All the nutrients that were in your waste get put back into your soil in an easy-to-absorb way.
COOK ON HOMEMADE
Can you believe it? You are now cooking on gas made from your leftovers! Generate up to 2 hours of free cooking gas every day.
Make the Biogas Transition
Thousands of people already use HomeBiogas. In just 4 steps, you can use it too.
Select a Perfect Location
In a sunny area in your backyard.
Simple System Assembly
It’s DIY, no technician needed.
One- Time Activation
Add 100 liters of fresh manure to get bacteria into the digester.
Make Cooking Gas & Fertilizer
At least 2 hours of cooking gas and a daily supply of bio-fertilizer.
Start Living Sustainably
Unlike with other products, using HomeBiogas actually helps the environment.
Cooking on biogas means you are using renewable energy and reducing the demand for fossil fuels. Actually, you are saving 6 tons of CO2 a year!
from the Landfill
Food rotting in landfills contributes to global warming. Now you can be part of the solution by managing your waste locally in your own backyard!
Back into the Soil
HomeBiogas bacteria break down organic matter and make fertilizer that nourishes plants and recycles essential nutrients back into the soil.