What we do
We develop the most efficient Waste to Energy plants, the cornerstone of an Ecopark
Turning uncontrolled landfills and open dumps into clean energy, recycled products, jobs and healthy communities.
The global challenge
As our population grows to 9.7 billion, we will produce 70% more waste by 2050
Over 90% of waste in low-income countries is left untreated, ending up in landfills.
How uncontrolled landfills threaten life on our planet on a global level
Landfills emit one of the most dangerous greenhouse gasses – methane. Methane speeds up global warming 84 times faster than CO2 (in a 20-year time horizon). Moreover, untreated waste ends up in nature, waterways and are a large source of plastic soup in the oceans.
How uncontrolled landfills threaten life on our planet on a local level
Landfills that are not controlled can pollute air, waterways and are the cause of disease for millions of people in many developing countries.
“Cutting methane is the strongest lever we have to slow climate change over the next 25 years and complements necessary efforts to reduce carbon dioxide“
UNEP – Executive Director
Turning uncontrolled landfills into a bright future
Harvest Waste builds High-Efficiency Waste to Energy plants that generate >25% more energy than conventional solutions, at the lowest cost to society.
These plants are the cornerstone of Ecoparks; integrated waste management chains that include recycling and resource recovery.
Drag < > to compare
How does Waste to Energy technology work?
Waste to Energy can…
Harvest Waste has a global focus
Waste is a global challenge, which is why we can build our waste solutions anywhere.
Harvest Waste Headquarters, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Zahrat Al Finjan landfill, Jenin, Palestine
Khan Renewable Energy (Pvt.) Ltd., Karachi, Pakistan
Harvest Waste Asia, 6 Raffles Quay, #11-07, Singapore 048580
Harvest Waste ACGRT, Unit B, 11/F, Winbase Centre, 208 Queen’s Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Local team, Manila, the Philippines
Join our mission
Ready to eliminate uncontrolled landfills, power communities, and reach climate goals, at the lowest cost?
Keep up with news and updates about our urban cleanup projects?