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Israeli company specialized in the separation and treatment of industrial food waste is seeking partners for a joint venture agreement

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Waste incineration
Integrated waste-energy processes
Waste to energy - other
Biogas and anaerobic digestion (AD)
Process optimisation, waste heat utilisation
Food and feed ingredients
Biomass and Biofuels
Other pollution and recycling related
Remediation activities and other waste management services


The Israeli company possesses the expertise to handle industrial food waste and add value to it through a field of repurposing processes. Utilizing a joint venture agreement, the company hopes to find a business partner with whom it may share its insider knowledge to encourage the spread of these environmentally sustainable activities abroad.



Founded in 1994, the company took a leading role in the Israeli market for activities relating to environmental sustainability. The company treats industrial food waste, creating value while ensuring that nothing ends up in a landfill. The services offered are lower in cost than landfilling and minimize environmental and health risks from dumping waste.

The company's methods for adding value to waste relies on separating it and diverting it into distinct streams. Organic waste is converted into animal feed while packaging materials such as cardboard, metals, and plastics get recycled. Any by-products that are unsuitable for recycling are utilized for energy production either in Refuse-Derived Fuels (RDF) or in Anaerobic Digestion (AD) facilities.

The company's activities offer the food industry a solution which is cost effective, environmentally friendly, as well as safe and secure by eliminating the liability associated with landfilling of food. The company is looking for likeminded firms who would like to create value while protecting the environment. This partnership would take the shape of a joint venture agreement.

The collaboration would focus on separating and treating industrial waste so the partner company should have the proper facilities and means sorting and repurposing the waste. The Israeli company would also share its knowledge on recycling waste and marketing it as a valuable resource.

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Food waste comes in various consistencies and bulk, in different packaging, and with a wide range of non-organic contaminants. Since 1994, the firm has developed unique know-how in building highly automated separation processes that are high volume and produce a high level of purity of the output streams (organic vs. non organic). This high level of experience in the field of separation allows the company to offer a green and safe solution for food waste that is also extremely cost effective.

Partner sought

Cooperation area: 
The company is planning on establishing a joint venture agreement with a company to create a parallel project separating and treating industrial waste. This company should already be engaged in activities relating to the industries of waste management, food, or animal feed production. The partner must have access to facilities that suit the roles of collecting industrial waste, separating it into different streams, and repurposing it. The firm is willing to share its insider knowledge on waste separation and how to convert industrial waste from a liability into marketable asset.

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SME 11-50,University,Inventor,R&D Institution,SME <10,>500 MNE,251-500,SME 51-250,>500