Upgrading organic waste into high-value products 

Perpetual Next Conversions develops, invests in, owns, maintains and operates plants, which convert regionally available low value organic waste into renewable bio-based energy fuels, services, chemicals and materials. We are making use of proven and state-of-the-art conversion technologies. With our X production facilities, we produce for example industrial and domestic heat, green gas and high-quality renewable carbon as input for e.g., agricultural fertilizers and biobased chemicals.

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While for some classes of organic residual streams there may be a number of usage options. For others there may be only one appropriate technology. The suitability of organic waste as feedstock for conversion projects depends on the composition of the output and the desired energy carrier product.   
Many organic waste streams are potentially viable energy feedstocks (including wood, agricultural and forest product residues, municipal solid waste and industrial waste) and can be selected based on cost, net greenhouse gas emissions, and appropriateness to the intended conversion process and growing environment.

The Dutch municipalities collected an average of 493 kilograms of household waste per inhabitant in 2019.

Central Office for Statistics, The Netherlands

How we work

Perpetual Next has production facilities throughout Europe. We focus on the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Germany, Poland, and Estonia. In the coming years, we will scale up our existing production facilities, serving a vital infrastructure that needs to be operational at all times. But we are also constantly looking for new acquisitions, in particular existing plants that we can make more sustainable. We do this by mapping out the local, organic residual streams. With our conversion techniques, we turn them into the highest-quality products possible.