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  • Sustainable cost reductions: biogas from liquid wastes - Case Study

    Sustainable cost reductions: biogas from liquid wastes - Case Study

    More and more dairies are now facing a problem: how to dispose of their liquid waste products. Spreading slurry is not a realistic option any more for the agricultural industry due to the problems of overfertilisation or hygiene. The challenge for dairies is that their liquid waste products generally have a very high organic load. Wastewater accumulates, typically, as a result of cleaning and ...

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    Biogas Production Plants

    Wastewater treatment process produces sewage sludge, which is dewatered and dried either mechanically or thermally. In certain cases the thickened sludge is digested. During the digestion process the sludge volume decreases and drying features improve. During digestion the sludge decomposes in anaerobic conditions into methane, water, carbon dioxide and mineral salts. This so called biogas (appr. ...