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Food to Energy - Energy from food residues

One of our goals is to produce a concentrate for biogas production from expired or no longer usable food. We close the natural and economic cycle of food - in line with our basic idea of a pure chain.

Organic waste is unavoidable in the modern world and the same applies to packaging, which is always associated with organic waste. Our mission is to recycle both with efficiency. Both raw materials can be used to generate energy.

Normally food residues are deposited in landfills and the waste is waited for to decompose naturally. However, we have found a method of generating energy from this waste. In this way, the biomass is reused, costs are save, and profits are generated. Even the packaging waste is recycled, or the resulting energy is used.

In our method, food residues of all kinds are sorted mechanically into organic and synthetic materials. Plastics are referred to as synthetic substances, which are separated from the biomass with minimal loss. Organic waste is the processed into organic substrates without any residues of plastic and other environmentally hazardous substances. Biogas plants generate up to 850 kWh of clean energy per ton of organic waste.

The residues are also converted into energy with the help of incinerations. The fermented substrate from the biogas plant is an excellent and plastic-free fertilizer for agriculture.

The conversion of residues into biogas not only solvers your disposal problem, but also offers a sustainable investment. Biogas can be used as a source of electricity, to generate heat or, after upgrading to biomethane, fed into the gas grid. The marketing of electricity is a long-term secure business – no other renewable energy is as versatile, storable, and available all year round. The heat generated by incineration in the VBA can be returned to the plant as process heat in industrial applications. This is particularly worthwhile for energy-intensive companies with high heat requirements, which can thus save on heating costs. The waste heat can also be fed into the district heating network.

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