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Biogas production – using biological waste from communities, industry or agriculture


Agraferm Technologies AG exhibits its complete processing range for a wide variety of feedstock at UK AD & Biogas 2014

Agraferm Technologies AG will exhibit (stand G005) at this year’s UK AD & Biogas 2014 trade show hall 3, NEC Birmingham, 2-3 July 2014.

They will present their full range of expertise and experience in the production of biogas from renewable raw materials as well as community or industrial waste with a high content of unsuitable waste components. BTA International GmbH, a subsidiary of Agraferm, will present its standardised process for the production of biogas from community or industrial waste. Bioenergy plants built by the group process 1.4 million tonnes of waste and produce around 120 million cubic metres of biogas per year, worldwide.

In Great Britain alone agricultural Agraferm plants produce 85 million cubic metresof biogas per year. Eike Liekweg, Director at Agraferm Technologies AG, said:

With over ten biogas and biomethane plants in the UK we are one of the market leaders. Further projects are in the pipeline.

At UK AD & Biogas 2014 this year Agraferm will present a wide range of processes for its AD plants, which are currently in use in its UK plants and specially designed for the needs of the market. Among them will be a heavy-duty digester for slurry from ethanol production with an integrated water cleansing system. Agraferm AD plants are characterised by their compact structure. However, despite their space saving design the technology inside allows for a wide variety of feedstock mixes and ensures a maximum digestion performance due to their high capacity operation capability.

Thanks to strong developments in foreign European markets Agraferm can continue their growth path.

Liekweg added:

We have seen considerable growth in orders in the UK.

Agraferm also expects a spurt in the gas processing area. Agraferm built the first agricultural gas-to-grid AD plant in Great Britain at Rainborrow farm near the town of Poundbury, Dorset.

Visit us at UK AD & Biogas 2014, NEC Birmingham, Hall 3, Stand G005.

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