Description of an industrial biogas plant

Industrial biogas plants offer opportunity to shift from fossil fuels, reduce carbon emissions production and increase profitability in many industries.

If your company is committed to green energy, decarbonization, sustainability and circular economy, biogas plant can contribute to reaching these goals. Through different schemes for green energy, biogas plant also guarantees stable market for by-products and creates value from other waste streams in production chain.


Here is a list of some of the industrial biogas plants we have implemented:

  • Rio Cuarto 2 (Argentinia): 2017/2018; 2927 kWel; thin stillage, a residual material from ethanol production (Winner of AD & Biogas Award 2020)
  • JCBE Derby (UK): 2017/2018; gas upgrading-system; hydrolised kitchen cat.(viscera)-,paper and cardboard waste (treated by TPH), water (recycled, rain, mains)
  • Fukuoka (Japan): 2016/2017; 2 x 1,056 kWel; vegetable waste, residue of shochu, sludge from WWTP, okra, gluten
  • Vierverlaten (Netherlands): 2012; sugar beet fractions and leaves, potato waste
  • Dinteloord (Netherlands): 2011; sugar beet silage vegetable waste (potato, chicory)
  • Anklam (Germany): 2012; sugar beet pulp, sugar beet bits, vinasse
  • Wietzendorf (Germany): 2002; 8.4 MWel; potato juice, pulp, washing water
  • Prince Edward Island (Canada): 2007; potato waste, oil, starch ·        
  • Torres de Segre (Spain): 2012; 2,400 kWel; fruit pulp, slaughterhouse sludge, corn silage ·        
  • Belgorod (Russia): 2011; 2.4 MWel; corn silage, sewage sludge, slaughterhouse waste (offal, fur and hair remnants, meat trimmings) liquid pig manure