Treatment plant for fermentation residues from a Biogas Plant
NES Natural Engineering Solutions GmbH
The Biogas Plant Geotexia in France obtains 80,700 m³ of fermentation residues per year. The fermentation residues are treated according to the MPS-method (Multi-Phase-Separation) developed by the A3 Water Solution GmbH. Additionally to the solid/liquid separation, the ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis stages process includes further reverse osmosis units to increase the concentration of the preceding stages.
|Fermentation plant for residues from the Biogas Plant Sandhill|
GWE Biogas Ltd., UK
During the fermentation of organic waste, for instance food residues and food with expired shelf-life, about 67,000 m³ of fermentation residues are obtained in the Biogas Plant Sandhill, Great Britain, per year. These fermentation residues are prepared in the fermentation residue treatment plant using the MPS method (Multi-Phase-Separation) developed by the A3 Water Solutions GmbH in a way that they can be led to a discharge system. Additionally to the solid/liquid separation, the ultrafiltration unit and the reverse osmosis stage, a further reverse osmosis stage has been installed to increase the concentration of the preceding stage and with this, to reduce the obtained mass quantity.
|Fermentation residue from a biogas|
Expansion of an existing membrane plant treating fermentation residue from a biogas plant in Inwil / Switzerland
|Membrane plant treating effluent from a biogas|
Ökotec Anlagenbau GmbH
Replacement of an existing membrane plant treating effluent from a biogas plant in Thallwitz
|Treatment plant for process water|
Supply of a treatment plant for process water (fermentation residue) generated by the biogas plant in Inwil
|Clean water production|
NAWARO Engineering GmbH
Construction of a clean water production plant for the ’Klarsee’ Bioenergy Park in Penkun