14 Sep '13, 1am

Four #Biogas Plants Being Developed in France

Four #Biogas Plants Being Developed in France

Biogas plant manufacturer Weltec Biopower has teamed up with Domaix Energy in Alsace, in the northeast of France to start rolling out four agricultural biogas plant projects in France. Apart from agricultural substrates, the biogas plants, whose construction has already started, will use sludge and food leftovers. This is in line with a trend in French biogas plants to ferment industrial leftovers. Since the introduction of the separation and utilization of kitchen waste from large catering establishments in France at the end of 2011, organic waste from schools and company cafeterias must be used for the production of energy. To comply with this policy, Weltec will integrate hygienization units in order to make use of the substances of category 3 according to the EU directive. Another common feature concerns the use of the heat. In all four biogas plants, the residual heat...

Full article: http://www.energyrefuge.com/blog/four-biogas-plants-being...

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