Modern societies are characterized by the generation of large amounts of waste, arising from the production of goods and services to satisfy social demands. The traditional manufacturing pattern is one-way linear, following the raw material extraction from the environment, manufacturing, usage, disposal of goods, energy consumption, and discarding the generated residues along the linear path. The common CO2 capture techniques are based on separation processes, such as gas-liquid chemical absorption, gas-solid physical adsorption, and permeation processes using membranes. A pressure swing adsorption operation is based on physical adsorption at moderate pressure and low-pressure regeneration at a constant temperature. Membrane separation technologies are based on the permeability of different gases through a membrane. The production of hydrocarbons is based on the dry reforming of biogas to produce renewable syngas, which is their precursor. The chapter discusses potential opportunities for the process design and logistics management of organic waste material under various types of government incentives.