Using waste to produce bio-gas, electricity & carbon credits CTRADE's pledge of eight (8) waste-to-energy projects to combat climate change CTRADE's Biogas digesters producing electricity & carbon credits in Bantayan Island, Philippines
Founded in USA in 1998, CTRADE opened a branch office in the Philippines, with the assistance of the US Commercial Service. With a history of more than 15 years international experience, C TRADE has successfully developed renewable energy projects, converting waste to electricity, while producing carbon credits, to offset the use of fossil fuels, and improve the environment, by reducing carbon emissions, to combat climate change. HISTORY ►
WHAT WE DO
We employ our highly efficient biogas technology with zero waste water discharge to produce electricity and carbon credits under the (CDM) Kyoto protocol. Waste water and manure is treated in anaerobic digesters to produce organic fertilizer, and biogas which runs small electric generators for farm use. C TRADE is not a trader or broker.
Over the past 10 years, C TRADE has designed, funded, constructed and completed eight (8) Waste-to-Electricity Projects, that are successfully producing biogas, electricity, and organic fertilizer, from waste pig and chicken manure in farms at Cebu and Batangas, Philippines.