Web161010: Revenue from improved trade waste-co-digestion
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Presented by Jürgen Thiele, Business Unit Leader - Waste Recovery at Calibre Consulting on 10 October 2016
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Digestion with recuperative thickening is effective to reduce digester process inhibition risks and improve fat oil and grease (FOG) loading rate in municipal digesters. The combined anaerobic digestion (co-digestion) of municipal wastewater treatment plant biosolids and trade waste (food residuals, selected industrial processing waste and grease trap waste) to biogas and dewatered sludge allows the provision of up to 100% of the heat and power requirements at municipal treatment plants.Sorry! This document can only be viewed by Bioenergy Association members.
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