President of the Management Board of Organics sp.z o.o.

Designer of modern ecological installations since 2004. Co-creator of projects of industrial biogas plants and waste incineration plants in Germany (Hesse and Bavaria) and in Poland (Kutno).

He creates ready-made solutions for cities and municipalities facing the problems of polluted air and problems in the field of municipal waste management, mainly bio-waste and the combustible fraction remaining after sorting mixed waste.

He is preparing a program for the construction of installations for independent and energy-positive buildings based on energy from the sun and biomethane (“Renew off Grid”).

1. The Hesse Project, Germany (2005-2008)

He participated in the design and implementation of an agricultural and industrial biogas plant in southern Hesse (Germany). It was a two-in-one project, two twin biogas plants on one site. The client, having two independent production lines, wanted to use in one line the strong support of the German economy in the production of energy from agricultural products (waste) — namely corn silage (NaWaRo), and at the same time to use the high potential of biogas production from waste in the second line (additional profits from fees for accepting waste — “gate fee”).

The prepared production capacity was 20,000 tons of maize silage in the “NaWaRo” line and 20,000 tons in the “waste” line. It was the first installation in which the so-called Thermal hydrolysis. Its improved version is the subject of a patent obtained by Leszek Komarowski.

2. The Bavaria Project, Germany

In the years 2013-2015 he cooperated in the preparation of the technological concept of an industrial biogas plant implemented by the German company Rehau AG in Bavaria. This installation uses a hydro mechanical system for removing contaminants and packaging from the biowaste stream directed to this installation, designed by Leszek Komarowski.

3. The Kutno Project, Poland

Another strategic project is the Thermo-Biological Waste Processing Installation in Kutno.

It is an original project made by a group of designers under the supervision of Leszek Komarowski (100% copyright).

In this installation, an innovative combination of a biogas production line (from bio-waste) and an internal waste incineration plant (the energy fraction remaining after sorting mixed waste and leftover packaging from the bio-waste stream) was designed.

This installation concentrates all modern technological solutions available on the market (thermal and enzymatic hydrolysis system, hydromechanical system for removing pollutants and packaging from the biowaste stream, fertilizer dryer, internal production leachate treatment plant and recycling of purified water back to the technological process, biogas purification system to biomethane parameters and recovery of CO2 in liquefied form, CNG refueling station and many other innovative technological solutions).

The prepared technology allows for the acceptance of all bio-waste from the food industry and trade — regardless of the content of impurities (glass, metals, plastic, foil, diapers) — also liquid waste.

In such a designed installation, the recovery of raw materials and energy from waste reaches 95% of the potential of waste subject to processing.

The combination of a biomethane plant with its own local incineration plant also allows for:

  • handling of waste from the meat industry Cat.2 and 3 (appropriate energy potential),
  • treatment of all obtained biogas to biomethane (we have enough energy from the incineration plant),
  • increase of revenues of the entire installation thanks to higher revenues for receiving waste into incineration plants.

The appropriate technological process enables the service of sewage treatment plants in the field of sewage sludge. About 700,000 tons of S.M. are produced in Poland every year sewage sludge, of which only approx. 30% is properly managed.

Currently, ORGANICS is working on a project of a hazardous waste incineration plant in the Russian Federation. Scope of the offer:

  • waste preparation (pre-treatment),
  • feeding waste for thermal treatment,
  • thermal treatment of waste in a rotary kiln,
  • purification and neutralization of exhaust gases.

In 2018, Leszek Komarowski developed a technological concept and an offer for the complete implementation of an organic waste processing installation in Shenzhen, China (approximately 20 million inhabitants). The amount of waste — 3,000 tons per day:

  • 1,500 t — green waste from the care of urban greenery (leaves, grasses, branches),
  • 1.500 t — waste from food production and consumption.

Since 2019, he has been working on his proprietary solutions (new patent applications) in the field of energy-positive buildings and energy storage from Renew Energy.