Our Business combines Technology, Sustainability and Innovation

The Verbio biorefinery concept stands for maximum sustainability and CO2 efficiency in bioenergy production. The coupling of a biomethane, bioethanol and biofertilizer plant is unique to the Verbio brand.

As the first of its kind in North America, the Verbio biorefinery produces RNG at scale using agricultural residues as its feedstock. We are committed to the principles of sustainability along every step of the way. Our goal is to show the path forward to a greener future using the latest technologies.

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Using our unique technology and the potential of the raw materials given, we are able to produce additional sustainable products. We refine almost 100% of the waste products into high-quality fertilizer and humus products in further steps. These are returned to the local grower and recycled. With this closed-loop innovative production cycle, we not only show our responsibility for the environment, but also strengthen the regional economy and agriculture industry. This is smart sustainability.

Energy production from renewable resources is a key component of the future energy mix. Iowa and the Midwest provide an enormous potential to supply agricultural raw and residual materials which are the foundation for our sustainable business to deliver green energy. Using patented technology for our biorefinery approach, we create sustainable alternatives that help shift away from fossil fuels and fossil energy.

Find more information about all of our North America locations, technology and products here: www.verbio-north-america.com

Climate Protection

Our biorefinery approach makes use of unused agricultural residue materials, such as corn stover, to produce renewable energy. 


Biogas (RNG)

The Verbio Nevada Biorefinery, located in Nevada, Iowa, is the first industrial scale renewable natural gas (RNG) facility in North America, using agricultural residues as its feedstock.


Phase II of Verbio‘s  strategic plan was to build up the current infrastructure to support ethanol production in addition to the biomethane produced at our plant.