Scanship has invested considerable time and resources in making the dream a reality for ships and other autonomous sites like ports, airports and offshore platforms. Our Microwave Assisted Pyrolysis (MAP) system converts dry waste and dried food waste/ biowaste into a gaseous fuel (syngas) and biochar. The dry feedstock material is pelletized before it enters the MAP, and the produced syngas fuels a dedicated dual fuel syngas boiler. Energy is recovered and replaces the use of fossil fuel. The generated syngas is dominated by energy-rich components such as hydrogen, methane and carbon monoxide, and is handled in a dedicated safe gas management system. The produced biochar serves as a long-lasting sink of fossil carbon. Hence the MAP shifts waste management from a CO2-emitting regime to a future-proof solution that binds carbon from the feedstock as carbonaceous char. In addition energy is captured and used onboard in the form of steam. The MAP system has undergone marine endorsements and has been sold to the market since 2019.