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Dresden, Germany: 31,000 tonnes of organic waste is processed in a dry anaerobic digestion plant

Rolf Liebeneiner
Country: Germany
Original language: English

The German market is living through the establishment of a new technology: dry anaerobic digestion. The concept is simple: heterogeneous organic fractions with a high content of dry substances can be used to produce biogas, without the need for complex treatment cycles. This new technology amplifies the range of organic wastes suitable for the digestion ...

The German market is living through the establishment of a new technology: dry anaerobic digestion. The concept is simple: heterogeneous organic fractions with a high content of dry substances can be used to produce biogas, without the need for complex treatment cycles. This new technology amplifies the range of organic wastes suitable for the digestion process and results in low operation and maintenance costs. An excellent example is found in Germany, in Dresden, where a dry digestion plant processes 31,000 tonnes of organic waste and produces 800 kW of electricity and heat. 

 

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