Kompogas biomethanization

Sustainable utilization of organic waste

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The Kompogas biomethanization process is based on anaerobic dry fermentation of solid organic waste in an oxygen exclusion process. This process produces CO2-neutral biogas. This can be burned in a combined heat and power (CHP) plant, producing electricity and heat ecologically, which is fed into the public supply grid or local heating network. Alternatively, the biogas can be treated for use as vehicle fuel.

The final link in the process chain is material recycling.

After removal of germs and spores in the process, the fertilizer is sold as liquid or solid natural fertilizer or processed as compost.

This results in a closed and environmentally friendly material cycle.