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Biogas is an economically and ecologically significant way to produce energy. Fossil fuels are finite and pollute the environment to a great extent, unlike the biomass-based resource-saving alternative.

The resource is renewable and its usage produces only as much CO2 as the plants have absorbed before.

As a result of technological progress made in the past few years, energy efficiency and low-maintenance, investing in biogas plants has become of more appealing. A new business segment has evolved for our customers, setting standards in the field of sustainability and cost-effectiveness.

Savable and decentralized allocations of energy are the outstanding features in producing biogas.

Substrate Materials

You can ferment various organic substances in a biogas plant. We endeavours, on the basis of a comprehensive analysis of your input materials, to find the appropriate concept and technique for you. Agriculturally biogenous waste material like dung and liquid manure from: Cows, calves, bulls, sows, farrows, porkers, chicken,hens, turkey hens, sheep.

Energy crops

Corn, grass silage, intercrop, beets, silage,potatoes, crop, sunflower silage, green rye.

Co-ferments like

Apple pomace, brewer’s grains, biological waste, bleaching clay, flower waste, grease separation,fatty vegetable sludge, flotate sludge, solid fruit and vegetable waste. Hogwash, green fodder, potato pulp, distiller’s wash from potatoes, food remains, manure and digestive tract contents, mayonnaise, flour dust, whey, oilseed residues, paunch manure, purifying grains/corns, RME Glycerine, sugar beet pulp, beet tails, leftovers.

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