SEaB Energy

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SEaB Energy's patented, award-winning, containerised waste-to-energy plants convert your biowaste on-site into your own carbon-free electricity and heat. Why move waste?

SEaB Energy Limited is a UK company, designing and commercialising ground-breaking technology which creates renewable energy, water and fertiliser from onsite organic waste. Our award-winning and patented FlexibusterTM and Muckbuster® are industrial appliances that use a biological process called anaerobic digestion to convert biowaste into valuable resources. These small-scale waste-to-energy systems are automatically controlled and remotely monitored, capturing waste data for sustainability reporting.

The FlexibusterTM and Muckbuster® offer disruptive on-site alternatives to centralised waste processing, removing the necessity and associated costs, diesel consumption and carbon emissions of transporting waste. The systems have been retrofitted into global mega-city buildings and specified into new urban initiatives to convert individual building waste onsite.

Our clients include Fortune 50 companies, hospitals, non-profits, multinational property developers and hyper-markets. We manufacture our product and use local agents and value-added resellers for market entry and support. We have clients in three and representatives in eight countries.

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