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FBTSZ brings together the innovative technologies and  complementary skills.

We colligate the vision, know-how and determination to transform our own and our clients’ project economics. Our scope of innovation drives us to challenge business practices.

Open new frontiers by establishing new ones!

The waste to energy involves converting of non-recyclable waste items  into useable heat, electricity, or fuel through a variety of processes. This type of source of energy is a renewable energy source as non-recyclable waste can be used over and over again to create energy. It can also help to reduce carbon emissions by offsetting the need for energy from fossil sources. 

By the end of the Second World War the modern plastic era or the "Plastic Age" has begun.

The plastic goods made of petroleum have ideal properties for factory manufacturing: they are light, cheap, flexible, strong and durable, so it is not surprising that their global production has grown exponentially. The production of plastics increased from 1.5 million to 270 million tonnes per year between 1950 and 2007. Since the mid-1990s, the accumulation of plastic waste from plastic production has begun. And in this era the recycling did not exist.

We all know that plastics have a number of advantages that made modern life  possible. They help keeping food fresh, reduce the weight of the cars, so we use less fuel, insulate our homes to use less energy, or help keep a lot of medical supplies safe and sterile.

While some plastics are recycled, most of them are not - and eventually they are buried in landfills or scattered where they overturn ecosystems.

This ascending problem has emerged and has become a world-wide task in the 2010s.

Only in the United States more than 31 million tonnes of Plastics are produced each year, and less than 8% are recycled (2010). This task is complex, far-reaching and closely linked to politics and economics.

What to do with the plastic waste we now generate?

Over the years, there have been various solutions proposed – diversion, burning, etc.; however, nothing to date has proven to be a truly effective or environmentally responsible solution to the burgeoning global landfill problem. In fact, many existing solutions have been just the opposite: costly, energy inefficient or equally as harmful to the environment as the plastic itself. 

The FBTSZ with that technology, that there is a solution that is not only economically viable, but that is remarkably simple and "green" as well!

The new "disposable mentality" that came with plastic containers, we now are navigating the fallout of an enormous waste plastic problem, on a global scale.



The FBTSZ is positioned to distribute greater efficiencies across project lifecycles from plans to project delivery and establishment. We are obsessed by a substantial commitment to clients and a culture of purposeful novelty, challenging industry conventions and reconsidering how the most effective results are achieved.

1. Recycling various waste products

2. Scientific and technical research

3. Industrial research center, counseling

Sustainable development...

We aspire to always present to our customers beyond their economic interests the incentives to go green!

This comprehensive and holistic approach gives us opportunities to make important contributions that create value and further sustainable development. Our international presence allows us to obtain and build knowledge across borders which we aim to use wherever we are.

In FBTSZ we aim to continually develop our understanding of what shapes and constitutes sustainable societies. This will enable us to not only develop and construct in a more sustainable way, but also in a way that helps people contribute to sustainable development – today and for generations to come.

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