Mitigate climate change and meet demand for global shortages in Food, Energy and water as follows:

Divert 32,000 tons of organic waste from landfill sites and help reduce the Green House Effects, by removing 125,000 tons per annum, of CO2 gas from the atmosphere. 

Generate Green renewable Electricity and Hot water for 1500 homes per annum initially.

Recycle 30 million litres of water per annum from food waste.

Produce 30,000 tons per annum of Organic Liquid Fertilizer.

Using our own Organic Liquid Fertilizer in collaboration with World Class Technology Partners, in producing high yielding fruit and vegetables.

Create employment in the areas of Waste Management and Environmental Services. 

Contribute to the GDP of the country and local development in our area of operation.


As the Global population grows from the current 7bn to 9bn by 2040, it is estimated that there will be :
  • A 50 % increase in demand for Food
  • A 45 % increase in demand for Energy
  • A 30% increase in demand for Water.
BPR continues to work with these projections in mind to meet the demands of changing times as it unfolds


Organic Waste Recycling

Recycling is the process of converting waste materials into new materials and objects. Recycling can prevent the waste of potentially useful materials and reduce the consumption of fresh raw materials, thereby reducing energy usage, air pollution (from incineration), and water pollution (from landfilling)

Renewable Energy Technologies

Renewable energy technologies enable us to create electricity, heat and fuel from renewable sources. food waste is put into an anaerobic digester where micro-organisms break down food waste in the absence of oxygen. This process produces biogas, a mixture of methane and carbon dioxide which can then be used to produce heat, electricity or transport fuels. The gas itself is a source of renewable energy.

Climate Change

Climate Change Mitigation refers to efforts to reduce or prevent emission of greenhouse gases. Mitigation can mean using new technologies and renewable energies, making older equipment more energy efficient, or changing management practices or consumer behavior