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Krieg & Fischer Ingenieure will be represented with a booth and a lecture (Torsten Fischer) at the IBBK International Conference in Schwäbisch-Hall (Baden-Württemberg) from October 15 to 17 October 2019. Torsten Fischer will talk about planning challenges involved in the implementation of biogas plants with biomethane processing under the heading...

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Together with our Japanese partner Ecoheart, we were able to acquire three orders in the last six months for waste facilities in the Japanese prefectures of Hokkaido, Hyōgo and Saitama. The Kawagoe and Revacs biogas plants use kitchen waste as input substrate, while the Hamanaka biogas plant uses cattle manure, straw and whey. Since 2014, we are re...

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Celebrating a twenty-year anniversary milestone is a big achievement in itself. It’s a celebration for all who have been a part of the company through all those years.

On June, 28 Torsten Fischer and Raphael Thies invited many guests to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Krieg & Fischer Ingenieure GmbH and many responded this invitation. Together...

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As every year since 2014 we presented at the NExpo in Tokyo together with our partner Ecoheart. In 1999 we constructed the biogas plant Tottori, which is one of the first biogas plants in Japan. Since that time, we constructed four biogas plants and put them in operation. The design of these plants varies, as the input substrates are quite...

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Together with our Ukrainian partner EcoDevelop we are proud to construct Krieg&Fischer's first biogas plant in the Ukraine for the Agri-Company Gals-Agro. We deliver the design of the highly efficient technology for this biogas plant. The plant produces 5.800.000 m³ biogas per year which supply a 1,5 MWel CHP. The design is based on a feeding with...

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Krieg & Fischer Ingenieure GmbH present the movie „ Tailor made biogas plants“ on our new You-Tube-Channel. The movie starts with the sentence „Every biogas plant is different…“and presents the work of Krieg & Fisher as planning office for biogas plants very illustrative with hand painted animated drawings. See for yourself how we proceed: we start...

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Meet us at one of the trade fairs or conferences this year. In 2019, we will have a stand, give lectures on a wide variety of biogas topics in Sweden, Japan or Germany: In March (12. -15.03.19) we will be again at the N-Expo in Japan together with our partner ECO HEART Inc.. In autumn we will be as exhibitor  the IBBK conference on bio-methane...

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With the order for a large industrial waste digestion plant (2 x 2,4 MWel) in January 2018, Krieg & Fischer is building its second biogas plant in Ireland. The anaerobic digestion of 90,000 t/a of waste (42,000 t/a biowaste and 50,000 t/a organic supermarket and restaurant waste as well as waste from the food industry) is used to generate...

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In July, the joint project "Integrated urban-rural concept for the production of activated carbon and energy sources from residual biomass (CoAct") was launched under the direction of Prof. Michael Wachendorf from the Department of Grassland Science and Renewable Resources at the University of Kassel. Krieg & Fischer Ingenieure GmbH and 7 other...

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From June 6 – 9, 2018 the International Agricultural Exhibition “Agro 2018” took place in Kiev, Ukraine. AGRO is the leading exhibition for agriculture, agricultural machinery, livestock farming, alternative energy, organic agriculture and food industry in Ukraine. Furthermore AGRO is the largest agricultural exhibition of the CIS and Eastern...

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In the upcoming months, we will be present at the IFAT trade fair in Munich as well as the NExpo in Tokyo. The 2018 IFAT trade fair will take place at the Messe München from the 14th to the 18th of May. You will find us in Hall A4 425! We will be at the trade fair! IFAT, the world’s leading trade fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials...

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In September 2017 Krieg & Fischer Ingenieure GmbH received from Greek company I&K Electrical Engineering Systems an order to design a biogas plant in Komotini, Greece. The plant will operate based on cattle manure and corn silage as input substrates. The construction already started and makes good progress. Commissioning is planned for May 2018.

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