Q2P seeks to divert millions of tons of waste from landfills by repurposing it to create the foundation for economic growth.

WE HAVE TECHNOLOGY TO CONVERT BIOGAS TO RENEWABLE DISTRIBUTED POWER FROM THESE SOURCES:

Waste Water

Nearly 4,000 WWTPs in the US and tens of thousands more globally could use their biogas to produce power, but they don’t.  The main reason is scalability – finding an economically feasible small-scale solution.

Garbage

Over 10,000 landfills in the US are too old or too small for power projects using traditional engine solutions.  Q2Power can produce clean renewable energy from almost any landfill site.

Animal Waste

Over 8,000 dairy and swine farms in the US and up to 10X that amount worldwide are major producers of methane, but less than 2% capture their waste for power.  Q2P can make these farms more sustainable.

We also seek to convert waste from the same sources into beneficial reuse products such as compost and soils that improve the food we eat, the water drink and the air we breathe.

Compost

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Engineered Soils

Agricultural Compost

Q2P seeks to manufacture from bio-solids and other waste feedstocks Class A “Exceptional Quality” compost as regulated by the EPA, containing a United States Composting Council’s (USCC) Seal of Testing Assurance documenting that it is a certified compost meeting the high contractual testing standards required by the USCC. These products serve as an all-purpose slow-release fertilizer and soil amendment with a guaranteed nutrient analysis — a recycled alternative to chemical products.

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Engineered Soils from Bio-Solid Compost

Engineered soils are formulated to conserve water and nutrients, control pollution, and match building specs. The main component is compost.

Different formulations are used to supply the weight, compactibility, structural support, and other qualities needed for commercial and municipal construction and infrastructure projects, rooftop gardens, water retaining structures, and other beautiful landscapes.

These soils can help conserve water and nutrients, reduce pollution, increase urban greenspace, improve air quality, and provide a more aesthetically pleasing and sustainable environment.

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