Manure biogas plants
- Applicable to every type of manure
- Easy to operate due to a high degree of automation
- Advanced digester mixing
- Heat recovery system
- Patented insulated membrane roofs
- In-tank H2S removal
- Flexibility in contracting – separate components and technologies or a turnkey biogas system
Manure biogas plants
All types of manure
Manure digesters can efficiently process various types of manure, including cow manure, pig manure, poultry litter, and more. The key requirement is that the manure should have sufficient organic matter content for efficient digestion. Through the anaerobic digestion of manure, agricultural and farm industries can lower their CI-score (carbon intensity score), create additional revenue streams, and contribute to a more sustainable future.
If managed properly, manure is a valuable resource – manure digesters effectively manage and recycle the manure, reduce odors, and produce biogas from manure. Our manure biogas plant achieve a high efficiency rate – this is due to the heat recovery system, patented double membrane roofs, mixer configuration, and our high priority on research and development. Which ensures optimal performance of the biogas plant.
Renewable energy and byproducts
Manure biogas plants provide a sustainable method of producing renewable energy for the agricultural and farming sectors. The generated renewable energy can be used on-site or injected into the national grid, creating an extra revenue stream. Additionally, the byproduct of the anaerobic digestion process is a nutrient-rich bio-fertilizer. Which can be used to enhance soil fertility and reduce the need for chemical fertilizers – further cutting down expenses. Contact us to request more information on manure biogas plants.
Biomethane from manure
Biomethane production at a dairy farm in Koudum – located in the northern Friesland region of the Netherlands. The manure biogas plant produces biomethane from manure via anaerobic digestion and biogas upgrading, this generates additional income for the dairy farmer while increasing sustainability. The biogas upgrading system produces up to 40 Nm3/hr of biomethane with an efficiency of 99,5%.