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WET FERMENTATION TECHNOLOGY FOR BIO-WASTES (2007)

Bio-waste Digestion Markgrafneusiedl: The example of a successful bio-waste fermentation plant described in this contribution is operated by Bio-waste Digestion "Markgrafneusiedl". The plant with an annual capacity of 15,000 tonnes went into operation in 2006. It can process a variety of bio-waste material such as waste from the meat processing industry, separately collected bio-waste from households and even food waste contained in steel barrels of up to 200 litres.
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IEA Bioenergy / Task 37 Energy from Biogas and Landfill Gas

4-pages with chapters Summary, INTRODUCTION, INITIAL PREPARATION OF THE BIO-WASTE, LIQUEFACTION OF BIO-WASTE USING A WET SCREEN, TREATMENT OF BIO-WASTE IN A SPIRAL PRESS, SAND SEPARATION, SANITIZATION, FERMENTATION, ENERGY RECOVERY

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http://www.iea-biogas.net/Dokumente/wet_fermentation.pdf

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Martin Mayer, Komptech Anlagenbau GmbH, Wehlistraße 150, Top II
Tel: +43 1 219 9131-17, +43 664 8239094
Fax: +43 3126 505 205
Email: m.mayer@komptech.com
www.komptech.com

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