Municipalities are responsible for the disposal of organic waste and for the purification of wastewater. Conventional disposal produces widespread emission of greenhouse gases, while the management and purification of wastewater requires substantial energy input. Energy-efficient use of waste and wastewater can improve the energy balance and contribute to reducing emissions.
The right concept can transform small communities into energy villages. For instance, development of the local heat network can supply the village with heat, while a biogas station can provide the inhabitants with fuel. The villages become effectively energy-autonomous with the right combination of biogas, solar power and other sources of renewable energies.
ENSPAR collaborates with you to prepare concepts for the exploitation of highly contaminated wastewaters as input substances for a biogas facility installed in a sewage treatment plant (for instance, POME fermentation). ENSPAR provides technology for the treatment of fermentation residue, including separation, drying and treatment of liquid residues from biogas plants and gas treatment technology for the conditioning of biogas.
ENSPAR joins with you to prepare concepts for the disposal of organic waste of all kinds (e.g. plant concept, abattoir waste disposal, waste treatment plant with waste management)