Organic residues & manure biogas plants
- Easy to operate due to a high degree of automation
- Advanced digester mixing
- Heat exchange and recovery system
- Patented insulated membrane roofs
- In-tank H2S removal
- Flexibility in contracting – separate components and technologies or a turnkey biogas system
Organic residues & manure as fuel
HoSt biogas plants have a large range of fuel versatility. Organic residues and manure biogas plants are suitable for any type of organic residues and manure. Our biogas plants ensure high and stable biogas production, through the latest mixer configuration for each type and size of digester.
straw & grass
brown bin waste
green / food waste
Agile biogas plants
Organic residues and manure digesters are specifically designed biogas plants to facilitate the anaerobic digestion of a mixed feedstock. Every business sector has different requirements when it comes to organic residues and manure feedstock. Therefore HoSt offers agile turnkey biogas systems or if preferred separate engineering and key components – both customizable to specific situations.
Biogas plants from HoSt have multiple advantages, such as the robust design of the biogas plant, mixer configuration, heat recovery, and patented insulated double membrane roofs. The mixer configuration optimizes the conditions for a stable anaerobic digestion process. While energy efficiency is maximized with the heat recovery technology and patented insulated double membrane roofs. The heat recovery effectively recovers heat from the digestate and the patented insulated double membrane roofs reduce heat losses through the roof.
Generating renewable energy
Biogas technology from HoSt can reduce your environmental impact and lower your carbon intensity score (CI score), resulting in higher revenue. HoSt provides high-quality biogas systems that are low-maintenance and easy to control, ensuring a seamless integration of the biogas plant into existing operations. HoSt offers service and maintenance contracts to ensure optimal performance of the biogas plant. The produced biogas can be further utilized with biogas upgrading, CO2 liquefaction, bio-LNG, and bio-CNG. Contact us to request more information on organic residues and manure biogas plants.
Charlton Park Biogas
The biogas facility – located at Charlton Park Estate, United Kingdom – processes annually up to 47,500 tonnes of mainly organic residues and manure. The plant is equipped with digestate treatment technology, further increasing the efficiency of the biogas plant. Charlton Park significantly increases their sustainability through anaerobic digestion and membrane biogas upgrading technology. The annual biomethane production of 4.8 million Nm3 is sufficient to provide over 3,800 families with this renewable alternative to fossil natural gas.