Enwise particiapted the 21st IE Expo held in Shanghai from Aug 13 to Aug 15, its dry aneorobic digestors has received extensive attention from professional audiences.
ENWISE provides simple and efficient solutions, converting your organic waste into a source of profit.
Your waste becomes your resources
Capacity from 500KG up to 30 tons per day
Enwise produces modular and connected organic waste digesters.
Our product OSCAR transforms waste into energy and fertilizer. OSCAR is installed on waste production sites and is entirely remote managed.
By pushing waste treatment on production sites we allow "on-the-fly" sorting and create short loops for energy usage. This dramatically increases the overhaul recycling efficiency.
Efficient Sorting & Optimal Energy Use
Integrated in existing Waste Disposal Workflow
No need for expensive mechanical sorting
No Excessive Energy Transformation
Plug & Play
Modular Design and Easy Set-Up
Fast Connections to Utilities and other Modules
Treatment Capacity Easily Increased by Adding Other Modules
Fast Installation and Start Up
Seamless Integration with Existing Waste Process Flow
Simplified Administrative Procedures
Real time Visualization of KPI and Continuous Performance Optimization
Amount of Waste Treated
24h/day Performance Monitoring
Remote Management and Control
Return on Investment Performance
Sites Performance Benchmark
Best Practice Analysis
"By using OSCAR, we contribute the high level of responsibilities regarding its environment, not only as a company, but also for its customers, and for its future generations. We consider that by reducing this carbon dioxide emission, we will have a positive impact for our environment."
Benoit Debuyser / Management Controller at Auchan
"The reason why Doehler choose Enwise: The (dry anaerobic) technology is solid, and furthermore the flexibility of the team itself, on adapting their technolgy and processes on different materials."
Roman Kupper / President APAC at Doehler
"It (OSCAR) corresponds to a need in China in various areas... a need to recycle and reuse the garbage... since this technique is not yet known or mastered in China I think it has great potential"
François Blanc / French Agricultural Consular of Beijing