BIOGAS AND BIOMETHANE
Correct management of the resources and prevention in the production of waste constitute the main objectives in policies for sustainable development. A renewable energy plant is an important regional economic factor. Organic waste and landscaping material, agri-food by-products, animal by-products, wasted in composting facilities or unsorted in landfills, mean wasted energy and heat.
ENERGY FROM WASTE
The technology of “dry fermentation” o “biocel process” is an anaerobic digestion technology for solid organic wastes. It is based on a batchwise digestion at high solid concentration (30-40% w/w) and at mesophilic temperature.
ENERGY FROM BY-PRODUCTS
By-products from agricultural, could be valorized more easily, and cheaply, through a Wet Anaerobic Digestion system dry matter of the substrate < 15%.
If you use wet processes for waste, you have to transform solid wastes in a liquid. The fermentation substrate needs stirring and pumping so you must eliminate any things able to damage the equipment.
Producing BIOGAS ensures
- Enhancement of marginal agricultural land
- Reduction of the environmental impact deriving from the management of the business’s waste
- Elimination of the costs of by-products and waste disposal
- A stable and secure income for the agricultural businesses (long term investment)
- Cutting of the energy costs
- Energy constantly available
- Return of a large quantity of organic matter to the soil (production of bio fertilizers)
- No risk to human health or the environment
IGW is a service company that deals with the production of energy from renewable sources. We provide consultancy in environment, technical, administrative, organisational, commercial and management areas.
IGW draws from the experience of its expert technicians to help clients select the best solution to meet their individual needs. IGW will educate you and help you to select the best plant possible.
For each kWh produced by AD Fermetation, CO2 emissions are estimated to be reduced by 0.575 kg
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