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It’s Time for a Change

Creating a Cleaner Future using clean, eco-friendly energy.

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Grafinos Corporation is poised to revolutionize the energy industry by harnessing proprietary cutting-edge technologies that convert man-made chemical contaminants found in rivers and landfills into a sustainable and economically viable energy source using its patented 3-dimensional graphene lattices to store hydrogen found in methane (CH4) in fuel pellets. 

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Sustainable & Renewable Energy

We provide sustainable solutions for graphene production, treatment of pollution, and sustainable energy.

How We Do it

Our unique patented process distinguishes us from others by enabling precise infusion of this graphene variant with metal hydroxides at the molecular level. The outcome? A material efficiently removes contaminants but also represents a groundbreaking innovation. Our approach isn't just about addressing environmental challenges, it´s about shaping sustainable solutions that resonate far beyond the ordinary. 


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A Cleaner Future 

Grafinos aims to lead the way in converting waste into an exceptional patented graphene variant. This specialized graphene will not only effectively remove unwanted elements from gases, liquids, and solids, but also play a crucial role in sustainable energy. Imagine a cycle where it´s used to purify, burned at power plants, and finally spread out as topsoil a renewable process that aligns with our commitment to environmental solution. 

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Often referred to as a “miracle material,” graphene is one million times thinner than a single human hair and stronger than steel.

The two-dimensional carbon material, made from single layers of graphite, a material mined from the ground, is extremely lightweight, conductive, and flexible, and has the potential to deliver transformational technologies across industries, from electronics to transportation.

Now, researchers at Khalifa University in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are exploring another use for graphene: producing drinking water.

According to the EPA, municipal solid waste (MSW) landfills are the third-largest source of human-related methane emissions in the United States, accounting for approximately 14.3 percent of these emissions in 2021. However, the exact amount of methane from landfills that escaped into the atmosphere in 2023 is not yet available, as the data is usually reported with a two-year lagAd1. One possible way to estimate the methane emissions from landfills in 2023 is to use the decay rates of various organic materials and the landfill gas collection efficiency schedule2, but this would require detailed information about the composition and management of the waste. 


The exact amount of methane from landfills that escaped into the atmosphere in 2023 is not yet available, as the data is usually reported with a two-year lagAd1. However, some sources have reported on the following topics related to landfill methane emissions in 2023:


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