More Than 120 Years of Sustainable Business Practices


In 1883, Rudolf Ehrenfried Buse began producing mineral water and carbon dioxide from a spring in Gerolstein (Germany, Eifel), laying the foundation for the modern day company bearing his name, BUSE.

Today, fourth generation members of the Buse family remain an important part of the BUSE company. With headquarters in Bad Hönningen, Germany,Buse has extended its reach far beyond mineral water and successfully supplies CO2 plants, related equipment, engineering, and services. More than one hundred and twenty years after its founding, BUSE’s competence remains in its CO2 business that enjoys recognition in international markets. Facilities in Germany and other countries including The Netherlands, Romania, Greece, and Macedonia provide a wide range of products — which started with mineral water and now includes CO2 — as well as engineering and services for the industrial gases industry.


BUSE supplies CO2 recovery plants and storage tanks to customers around the world. Its recovery plants are compact, modular in design, and built in accordance with the latest technical standards and codes. These plants are designed to guarantee the safe and economical production of liquefied carbon dioxide, including to the highest quality level required for the food and beverage industry. CO2 is collected, purified, compressed and liquefied in a series of steps before being stored and transported, if the customer is off-site, as shown in Figure 1.

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