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About our Company Sustainable is written in capital letters at our company!

The GNS expert team of chemists, environmental and process engineers has been active in research & development, consulting and engineering for the use of biomass, residues and waste since 1998. Our goal is to use natural resources sustainably.

Your specialists for natural and residual material utilization - our services from a single source

We offer investment security through proven expertise for investors, planners & plant operators

Processes and process combinations often entail major risks for the investor. Extensive expertise is essential, especially at the level of process functionality. Only in this way can investments in the millions actually generate the desired return.

Our team has decades of experience in the field of environmental and process engineering. Many investors, planners and plant operators have already benefited from the knowledge of our process chemists and process engineers. Every process is carefully examined by us down to the smallest detail. This gives you greater investment security, and you do not have to fear any unpleasant surprises.

Processes and products for sustainable material use - cooperation with strong partners

From scientific conception and technology development to engineering and market launch, we develop new processes and products and, together with partner companies, take on the realization of complex tasks relating to the use of biomass, waste and residual materials. In doing so, we are active throughout Germany as well as Europe.

We are a member of the SYSTEMIC project in the EU Horizon 2020 program, which is working on a variety of technologies for recovering mineral nutrients from digestate and producing (nutrient-poor) organic soil improvers and fertilizers. Nutrient recovery enables plant owners to process biowaste and digestate into user-specific products for the regional market.

You would like to learn more about our processes for the utilization and processing of biomass and waste, as well as for the recovery of valuable materials? Then we look forward to hearing from you!

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