Waste to energy
Biogas plants for the digestion of food remnants and waste
Energy recovery from organic waste in a biogas plant represents a lucrative source of income for waste disposers, waste producers and investors.
Peak power generation by digesting alternative high-yield substrates
ÖKOBIT offers sound technology concepts for the cost-effective waste management of biological residuals on an industrial scale. Our modular anaerobic waste digestion and co-fermentation plants enable reliable digestion of organic residuals and waste - from food remnants and abattoir waste to residues from the food industry.
From a process engineering point of view, we thereby rely on the established flow-and-store process.
Pre-treatment and processing of waste
The equipment of an ÖKOBIT anaerobic waste digestion plant is determined by the type and quantity of substrates. As the digestion and storage of waste are subject to special water and pollution control related specifications, it is necessary to ensure sanitation or a higher process temperature depending on the input.
The concept of ÖKOBIT biogas plants for the digestion of food remnants and waste includes, among others.
- reliable technology for dosing/incorporation equipment and digesters
- substrate-adapted agitator technology
- needs-adjusted pre-treatment and processing of waste
As all ÖKOBIT biogas plants, our industrial anaerobic waste digestion plants are equipped with web-based process visualization (ÖKOBIT INTERFACE) for remote monitoring.
Input examples for anaerobic waste digestion plants
- Abattoir waste, fats
- Vegetable waste
- Distillery slops
- Liquid dairy waste
- Municipal grass cuttings
- Food remnants, residues from the food industry