BAS-konsult AB

, Sweden

We work with a holistic approach called the SBRS concept, which is based on research aimed at eradicating hunger in the world. SBRS stands for Sustainable Biological Recycling System. The goal is to use biological conversion methods to radically reduce emissions to air and water and restore degraded soils by: 1) Sustainable use of bioenergy, both in the form of biomethane in the biogas for trigeneration (for electricity, heating, cooling) and in the form of organic carbon structures in biofertilizers that remain in biogas plants after the biomethane has been produced. Biofertilizers are central both as a carbon sink and as energy source for soil organisms which are important partners in the plants' nutrient uptake via the root system. 2) Sustainable recycling of all chemical elements needed for photosynthesis - and life itself (at least H, C, O, N, K, Ca, Mg, P, S, Cl, Fe, B, Mn, Zn, Cu and Mo) - which are found in biofertilizers, and which are wasted with today's polluting, very costly and unhealthy systems for society's waste and sewage. Due to our advanced age, we want to hand over our work to younger people who can continue to further develop and implement SBRS concepts for local use in all villages, all urban areas, and larger units at facilities with large amounts of organic residues and waste such as food and wood industries and large animal herds. In villages and cities, transparency, precision, and cost-benefit analysis are important to increase acceptance among residents.