Regazz produces biofuels from organic waste, affordable for the logistics sector. The fuels must be sustainable and economically viable. Green transport solutions, for which we use raw materials that cannot be used for food production or food consumption. All ESG-factors are considered in the production of these biofuels. Regazz offers sustainable and social solutions, without subsidies and taking the local population into account.

  • We use local companies for the construction of the BIO LNG projects
  • Collaboration with local farmers in such a way that on one hand they supply organic residues
    and on the other hand they use processed digestate in the field
  • Our projects create new jobs in the area


An international team, led by Ing. Frans Geerts - agricultural engineer with more than 18 years of professional experience
in agriculture. Experienced in the field ofanaerobic digestion and project development, project planning and budgeting of
anaerobic digestion projects. In addition, he has gained a lot of experience with operational development in Germany
and Romania, as well as with the operational management and maintenance of anaerobic fermenters with a special focus
on biology. He has the expertise in digestate processing and manure production.

Together with the team, they have all the necessary knowledge of R&D projects, industrial projects, electrical engineering,
energy management and renewable energy, transport and logistics in Central and Eastern Europe. With an excellent network
in the German industry, renewable energy and industrial production processes.


    Establishing of LBG production facilities to provide
    the logistics sector with an affordable carbon neutral biofuel.

    Biofuel (BIO LNG / LBG or LBM) from industrial and agricultural waste converted into liquid biomethane with additional production of organic and liquid biofertilizers.


    Regazz intends to produce a biofuel from organic waste without any incentive, which is affordable for the logistics sector. The fuel must be a sustainable, economically viable biofuel. Waste treatment, to avoid methane emissions, create jobs and avoid emissions of methane, CO₂, NOᵪ, particulate matter and noise.