Safi Sana is a Dutch holding enterprise that designs, constructs and operates waste-to-energy factories in developing countries.
Safi Sana is a dynamic social enterprise established in the Netherlands in 2010.
By converting organic and faecal waste into electricity, soil conditioner and irrigation water, innovative waste-to-resource factories have the potential to deliver huge economic impact in developing countries, as well as vast improvements to health and sanitation in slum communities.
As a business-driven social venture, rather than a development or aid organization, support to the local population is driven by a market-driven approach, working together with national and local governments, NGOs and the private sector.
The ‘tri-partite’ philosophy combines government support, social and sustainable values and a commercial business plan, allowing us to run a stable and financially sound company. Safi Sana is an expert facilitator throughout the process, providing in-house expertise for all elements of the circular economy.