An article recently published on the Finnish bioeconomy strategy news forum biotalous.fi is about the BioGTS’s production of biogas plants. The article also discusses BioGTS’s Bioboksi concept and its potential for the production of local fuel for transportation.
BioGTS’s Bioboksi concept, which won the Gasum innovation competition in June, brings the entire production of biogas, from the production and distribution of biomethane, directly to the highways. According to the article “Bioboksi will revolutionize the concept of local fuel as the prefabricated biogas plants can be transported to the highways. The raw material is procured from nearby area and the produced biomethane for transportation is sold on the spot to the consumers.”
The prefabricated Bioboksi is delivered to the customer on a turn-key basis. Many types of biodegradable material can be used as a raw material, such as dry manure, silage, sewage sludge, and biodegradable waste from municipalities, industries and agricultural biomasses, for the production of local fuel. In the biogas process organic fertilizer is formed as a byproduct, which is an environmentally friendly alternative to the industrial fertilizers.
The Finnish Bioeconomy Strategy has been prepared in collaboration with the Ministry of Employment and the Economy, the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of the Environment. Current matters related to the strategy can be found on biotalous.fi.
Please read the Finnish article ”BioGTS:n biokaasulaitos tuottaa liikenteen lähipolttoainetta” here (in Finnish).