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Nestle Waters Swiss AD Plant

Nestlé Waters Opens Switzerland’s Largest Anaerobic Digestion Plant

Nestlé Waters and Swiss renewable energy developer Groupe E GreenWatt have opened Switzerland’s largest agricultural biogas plant, which will recycle agricultural waste and produce renewable energy.


Waste Treatment Tech Produces Renewable Energy, Commercial Products

Livestock waste treatment technology provider Bion Environmental Technologies says it has modified its technology platform to enable the capture of ammonia and its conversion into commercial products, rather than its destruction. This has enabled the production of renewable natural gas from the volatile solids in the waste stream, while maintaining … Read more »

EcoSafe Digester

BioHiTech Partnership Converts Commercial Food Waste to Energy

BioHiTech has partnered with Natural Systems Utilities to test a process that will allow BioHiTech’s food waste disposal system, the Eco-Safe Digester, to digest, tank, and deliver the effluent from its Eco-Safe Digesters to anaerobic digestion (AD) facilities anywhere in the world. Other project partners include the village of Ridgewood, … Read more »

AeroThermal Autoclave system

Autoclaves Quadruple Gas Yield from Black Bag Municipal Waste

Pretreating black bag municipal waste in an autoclave before sending it to anaerobic digestion could increase methane generation by more than 300 percent and substantially reduce the amount of material requiring disposal, according to Aerothermal Group. The announcement comes on the back of new research carried out by Dr. Zhengjian … Read more »

DC Water waste-to-energy plant

$470M Wastewater-to-Energy Plant Online

DC Water’s $470 million waste-to-energy project is now online, producing a net 10 MW of electricity from the wastewater treatment process, which represents about one-third of the Washington, DC Blue Plains plant’s energy needs. The facilities include a dewatering building, 32 thermal hydrolysis vessels, four concrete 80-foot high anaerobic digesters … Read more »

QSR waste

Fast Food Waste Could Power Restaurants’ Fleets

One metric ton of waste from fast food outlets, called quick service restaurant (QSR) waste, could generate 635kWhr of renewable electricity, according to research by AeroThermal Group. Using the same system, one tonne of pure kitchen waste generated 847 kWhr. AeroThermal researched how fast food restaurant waste can be processed … Read more »

NOV Mono Pumps

NOV Waste Pumps Cut Day-Long Maintenance to 30 Minutes

National Oilwell Varco (NOV) has provided a pair of Mono progressing cavity pumps, which are helping to manage some 12,000 metric tons of waste material each year, including 7,500 metric tons of food waste from North Somerset Council, at a major waste recycling plant in Weston-super-Mare, UK. An EZstrip transfer … Read more »

WSM organics processing

Organics Processing System Cuts Waste Processing Costs

With the growing need for high volume processing of organics (including green waste and food waste) for compost and anaerobic digestion (AD) conversion, WSM has introduced the WSM BioPrep Organics Processing System: a complete high capacity system to convert green waste, food waste and mixed organics into high quality feedstock … Read more »

Recycling Facility to Co-Digest Organics, Biosolids

Biosolids company NuTerra has broken ground on an organics recycling facility in Haines, City, Florida, that will turn the waste into compost for lawns, athletic fields, golf courses and agriculture. Waste Management World reports phase one of the project began in 2012 with a Class AA/EQ product by upgrading wastewater … Read more »

Geotech Biogas 300

Geotech Launches Fixed Methane Monitor for AD Industry

Geotech has launched a fixed methane monitor for on-farm anaerobic digestion plants. The company says the development of the Biogas 300 came as a result of a noticeable increase in companies within the agricultural industry approaching Geotech with on-farm AD site plants. The monitor was developed specifically for farmers with on-farm AD … Read more »

Biowaste Recycling Firm Installs $3.4M Biomethane Cleaning Plant

Biowaste recycling company Andigestion has installed a £2.3 million ($3.4 million) biomethane cleaning plant as it continues to develop its 34,000 metric tons per annum anaerobic digestion facility in Gloucestershire, UK, Waste Management World reports. The plant will allow Andigestion to export 3 million m3/year of renewable natural gas to … Read more »

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