Agriculture

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Energy business is the future

Using a biogas or a biodiesel plant enables cost-effective waste and residue management, and allows for energy entrepreneurship that is based on renewable energy sources. Energy entrepreneurship entails the delivery of heat, electricity, biogas, fuel or a combination of these to an end user.

The BioGTS® biogas plant will produce high-quality fertilizer for your farm

The digestate generated at the biogas plant functions as an effective, organic fertilizer. The nitrogen dissolved in the end product during the biogas process is in an excellent form for plants to use. The process also destroys weed seeds and pathogens potentially present in the feedstock.

Use of the digestate from the biogas plant as fertilizer can be tailored according to your fertilizing needs. Depending on the feedstock, the digestate can be used as fertilizer in organic farming.

The BioGTS biodiesel plant is capable of producing environmentally friendly biodiesel, which can be used as vehicle fuel or similarly to fuel oil.

Farms offer an abundancy of raw materials

The efficient use of all resources is the key to successful business, and this is true for farms too. Typically, there is no shortage of raw materials for energy production on a farm. Energy raw materials suitable for the biogas process include agricultural biomass and animal manure.

If your farm contains underproductive areas, such as protective zones, these are ideal for utilization in your biogas plant. Feedstock suitable for the biogas plant also includes silage and other plant- and animal-based raw materials.

What feedstock does an agricultural biogas plant use?

What feedstock does an agricultural biogas plant use?

  • dry manure
  • separated liquid manure
  • grass silage
  • leftover fodder
  • waste and residues from plant production
  • fish processing waste
  • slaughterhouse waste
  • gardening waste
  • other organic and biodegradable waste and biomasses.

The end products from an agricultural biogas plant include e.g. vehicle fuel, electricity or thermal energy. In addition, biogas plants produce high-quality fertilizers.

The BioGTS biogas plant also provides farms with other benefits. By operating a biogas plant on your farm, you can save on costs for things such as manure spreading and weed prevention.

Profitable biogas production also with smaller amounts of waste

The BioGTS biogas plant enables profitable biogas production, even with less waste. The BioGTS biogas plant is fully automated, easy-to-use and takes up less of the farmer’s time to run than other biogas plants.

Our plant concept is based on our company’s patented dry anaerobic digestion technology that is continuously operated, which is why our plants are more energy efficient and easier to use than the traditional biogas plants

Joint ownership of a biogas plant is also suitable for smaller farms

Smaller farms in particular might benefit from joint ownership of a biogas plant. In addition, local energy or waste management companies might be interested in joining you in a biogas business.

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