Any organic residues (input substances) acquired during industrial processes can potentially be used in biogas plants. A broad variety of raw materials are suitable to run industrial biogas plants. They include sewage sludge, grain residue, food or abattoir waste or organic, industrial waste from breweries, including marc or pomace, also production residue from vegetable oil processes, for instance the effluents from palm oil mills.
The biogas plants by ENSPAR are designed in such a way that they extract the best possible energy yield from the input substances; they are therefore able to cover a part of a company's energy requirements and/or produce energy for commercial exploitation. Energy generated in this way can hence be used to compensate energy expenditure and to reduce costs.
ENSPAR has long-standing experience in the planning, construction and commissioning of anaerobic fermentation plants ranging from small systems to facilities in a megawatt range. We provide particularly robust crushing and dosage units, as well as modules for the sterilisation and pasteurisation of fermentation substrates/residues, in the industrial sector.