Our History

30+ years in biotechnological research and development turning organic waste into biogas.

Our History


WABIO’s journey begins when it is founded in Germany. Research & Development processes start immediately.


WABIO registers its first patent. Subsequently, WABIO designs and builds the first biological municipal waste disposal of the community, a pilot project for the sate of Bavaria in Germany. The 1MW electricity biogas plant still runs after at 99% yield.

WABIO then designs and builds a second pilot biogas plant for biological municipal solid community waste of a capacity of 0.6MW electricity.


Construction of WABIO’s first own 1 MW electricity plant which is still in operation today.


WABIO develops a line of 20 plants for a public utility provider, and additionally builds the world’s first combined bioethanol and biogas refinery (4MW electricity) with straw and sugar waste, gaining know how and experiences on the way.


WABIO expands into Asia, to tap into the emerging markets of the Sout-East Asia, China and India and meet growing demand for green energy.


Designs the smallest biogas unit of 500MW biogas power plant.


Retrofit for standard biogas plant to upgrade for the use of straw and lignocellulosic material. New biogas plant capacity is 4.5ME electricity.


Constructs the world’s biggest biogas plant (30 MWth) utilising corn and rice straw waste only.


Design a biogas to grid of a 4,8 MW electricity plant in Germany.


Design, supervise build, and commission a 2,4 MW electricity plant using sugar mill waste and the waste of meat processing industry for animal food.


Build the first 1MW electricity biogas plant from fermentation residue of an existing biogas plant in Northern Serbia.

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…the League of Leading Ladies Conference did not look for reasons to stir up fear, but ways to tackle the problems.

Swiss Ladies Drive GmbH, June 17, 2022

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In Serbia, sugar producer Sunoko Company, part of MK Group, has recently revealed that it is investing over EUR 9 million in building a 2.4 MW biogas power plant at its Vrbas sugar mill. The biogas plant will use by-products and wastewater from sugarbeet processing to generate green electricity.

Bioenergy International, July 20, 2021

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