Bonbio’s circular farming involves dealing with waste food/organic waste and turning it into organic plant nutrients at biogas plants. These organic plant nutrients are then used to grow new crops.
Waste food and other organic waste from supermarkets, restaurants, catering establishments and households are recycled and received at biogas plants run by Bonbio’s sister company Biond. In the first instance, biogas is produced that is then used as a fuel for use in urban traffic and the transport sector. When producing biogas, Bonbio takes advantage of the nutrient-rich residual product generated by the process and turns it into organic liquid plant nutrients – Bonbio Nutrients. These plant nutrients then provide a foundation for growing new crops – Bonbio Greens. This closes the circular farming cycle.