Organic residues & manure biogas plant, UK
The biogas plant is constructed at Charlton Park Estate in Malmesbury, England. This turnkey biogas facility utilizes anaerobic digestion and membrane technology to produce biomethane. Additionally, the plant has heat recovery technology and digestate treatment. The heat is recovered after pasteurization and is used to heat the digesters and liquid feedstock. The digestate is converted into bio-fertilizer and applied on the estate’s land – further optimizing waste utilization.
Charlton Park Biogas
The biogas facility converts 47,500 of organic waste – such as agricultural and food waste – into biomethane. The generated biomethane will be injected into the grid and is sufficient to supply the gas needs of over 3,800 average houses in the United Kingdom.
- Turnkey suppley with a full EPC contract
- Heat is recovered after pasteurization
- Double insulated membrane roofs
- Digestate is converted into bio-fertiliser and applied on the land of the estate