The world’s most versatile platform for energy and nutrient recovery from organic waste.

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The Ecoremedy® Fluid Lift Gasification™ process thrives on the world’s most challenging organic feedstocks.

Over a decade of R&D and operating history has proven the ability of Ecoremedy to gasify a broad range of materials. We’ve focused on wastes that have proven to be problematic for other technologies.


Our systems deliver proven volume reduction, nutrient conversion, and energy recovery to municipal, industrial, and agricultural projects worldwide.



Unmatched feedstock flexibility and scalability 


Eliminates most pollutants in solids with clean emissions 


Multiple commercial projects that meet or exceed design criteria 


We build turnkey facilities with guaranteed performance 

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Ecoremedy Mourns the Loss of Brian Novak
January 12, 2024

Dear friends and colleagues, It is with deep sadness and a heavy heart that we share the unfortunate news of the passing of our beloved teammate, Brian Novak. Brian was an extraordinary individual. His expertise and deep understanding of the drying industry were unparalleled, and his innovative ideas and insights were greatly valued by all in the wastewater industry. Brian's legacy will continue to inspire us as we move forward.

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Edmonds leads nation with environmentally friendly gasification system for wastewater treatment
October 23, 2023

Origami is already complicated, but what if instead of 4-inch-square pieces of paper, you were folding multi-ton metal tubes through a 12- by 12-foot hole, then building 26 feet below ground? That’s basically what happened in Edmonds after the Edmonds City Council three years ago approved funding for the city’s new carbon recovery project. The project was designed to replace Edmonds’ aging incinerator, which disposed of sludge from the city’s wastewater treatment plant.

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