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Is This the Wastewater Treatment Plant of the Future?

The first-of-its-kind, sludge-to-energy plant at the Billund BioRefinery in Denmark will convert wastewater sludge and organic waste into biogas for energy production. Other plant byproducts will include efficient, odor-free organic fertilizer, and eventually, phosphorus and biodegradable bioplastics. The joint project is a partnership between Veolia Water Technologies subsidiary Krüger A/S the municipality of Billund, and its utility company Billund Vand A/S.

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One thought on “Is This the Wastewater Treatment Plant of the Future?

  1. That’s amazing that wastewater can be turned into energy like that. I never would’ve imagined that so many diverse products could be made from it. It’s wonderful that people all over the world are finding new ways to recycle things and take care of the Earth.

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