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EnPro EnviroTech

    Service Category:

  • Energy systems and solutions
  • Sustainability and carbon consultancy
  • Waste solutions and circular economy
Services and solutions on sustainable water, wastewater, and waste management with an emphasis on renewable energy

Why EnPro EnviroTech is supporting Carbon Neutral Adelaide

EnPro EnviroTech helps clients to reduce carbon emissions by providing services in renewable energy, energy efficiency and resource recovery to various sectors such as livestock, agriculture, food, beverage, and mining industries as well as councils. The company also conducts workshops on harvesting clean energy from organic waste, and integrated sustainable environment management to share technical information with end users.

What EnPro EnviroTech is doing to reduce carbon emissions

EnPro EnviroTech provides innovative sustainability solutions to help industries and councils to achieve a reduction in carbon emissions, increase resource recovery as well as support a circular economy. Various feasibility studies have been conducted on generating bioenergy from organic waste as well as wastewater. Examples of solutions that reduce carbon emissions include Rapid Thermophilic Composting, Thermoreflective coating, plastic waste to fuel, solar powered water circulators, and on-site oxygen generators.

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