Sustainability - Environment - Profit - Social recognition

Complex Energy Rationalization Program

Sustainable development is not a utopia with thermochemical molecular waste recycling technology.

Our mission

With sustainable development in mind, our goal is to create waste recovery facilities worldwide that, while reducing environmental impact, generate revenue on both the input and output side, perfectly matched to the opportunities and needs of the target markets.

The CERP 1-N Program is a solution that is unique in the field of waste recycling.

It was important to include existing environmentally friendly technologies during the development of the program. Our goal is for these technologies to be interconnected and complementary.

As a first step in the program, organic waste that cannot be recovered in other ways will be converted back to the raw materials, hydrocarbon gas, liquid hydrocarbon and solid fraction, which are high in carbon and metal, in an oxygen-poor environment. These materials can be stored, widely recycled, and sold in the chemical and energy industries.

CERP 1-3

Complex Energy Rationalisation Program

Plastic, IT, etc., waste recycling

Converting organic waste back to the raw materials from which the waste was once made.

  • Renewable electricity generation
  • Production of heat and / or cooling energy
  • High carbon solid fraction
Renewable energy use

On-site compensatory electricity generation.

  • Solar energy utilization
  • Wind energy utilization
  • Hydrogen technology
Greenhouse technologies

CERP Group 1-2 local use of materials and energies in agriculture.

  • Symbiotic hydroponic crop production
  • Production of symbiotic algae
  • Symbiotic fish farming

CERP 4-6

Complex Energy Rationalisation Program

Manufacture of semi - finished food products

Electricity utilization of heat generated during production for cooling and drying.

  • Production of traditional canning products
  • Preservation of food by freezing
Renewable chemical raw materials

Use and sale of renewable materials generated in CERP 1-2 groups in the chemical industry.

  • Production of coal, other metals, of various purities and fineness
  • Hydrogen, Oxygen utilization
  • Production of renewable hydrocarbons
Social responsibility

Voluntary steps to improve the standard of living of the local community.

  • Education, knowledge transfer
  • R & D, innovation
  • Marketing and manufacturing


We already consider it important to start exploring the contacts with which we can get help to make the CERP Program known in Hungary and abroad and to bring our plant to market.

On September 3, 2020, CERP Korea Kft. Was established as a joint venture within the framework of Korean-Hungarian cooperation, the aim of which is to establish and operate a reference plant in Békéscsaba. Expected date of establishment of the plant: 2021Q4.

If you are interested in the CERP Program or have any questions about the technology, please feel free to contact us at the contact details below.