A.H.T. Syngas Technology N.V. (“A.H.T.” for short) announces that the construction of the gas cleaning system in Japan and the commissioning of the plant are progressing well. The Japanese side is now conducting extensive testing with this system. “The first results are very promising and we are convinced that the delivered solution provides the gas purity necessary to recycle the produced syngas from waste materials” says Gero Ferges, CEO of A.H.T.. After completion of the intensive testing, the next stage of realization of the three-stage standard concept for “waste to recyclables” will begin. In line with the A.H.T. CleanTech philosophy, this gas treatment thus contributes to a more efficient and environmentally friendly utilization of the waste materials used. “We are very proud to have reached this important milestone in these difficult times. This confirms our way of working and our trusting relationship with our Japanese customer, whom we would also like to thank at this point for their great commitment”, CEO Gero Ferges continues. The implementation of this concept also offers great potential for Europe in terms of material waste recycling on the way to circular value creation. A.H.T. Syngas Technology N.V. is a company included in the Regulated Unofficial Market of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (Segment: Basic Board) that plans and builds environmentally friendly decentralized biomass power plants. It is based on the so-called twin fire process for synthesis gas production, which enables highly efficient energy generation.