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Project references

Since 2001 BioConstruct Group has commissioned over 230 AD projects successfully. Please see selected references below.

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Imperial Park

The waste-to-energy anaerobic digester project “Imperial Park” is able to treat various types of organic waste and is designed to provide flexibility to the operator with regards to type of feedstock. This allows the Owner to optimize its income and react to changing market conditions.

Type:

Mesophilic waste fermentation

Commissioning:

2017

Substrates:

Processed Mycroprotein waste, Potato slop, cattle slurry, bakery waste, Liquid blood, food waste, vegetable waste, mixed fats, brewer‘s spent grain.

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Telford

The purpose of Telford digester project is to treat the byproducts of a  slaughterhouse and its agricultural
waste. The design of the project which is capable of treating such broad range of input materials was very complex. Surplus heat is used in the adjacent  abattoir factory. The utilization of both energies, heat and electricity, and the avoidance of unnecessary carbon emissions from waste materials makes the Telford digester project highly efficient.

Type:

Mesophilic waste fermentation

Commissioning:

2016

Substrates:

Cattle stomach content, farm yard manure, slaughterhouse waste, mixed fats, bible wash , lorry wash, liquid blood

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Rapotin

Type:

Mesophilic waste fermentation

Commissioning:

2016

Substrates:

Cattle dung, sludge, supermarket waste, biowaste, kitchen waste, fruit waste, industrial waste

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Wardley

The waste-to-energy anaerobic digestion plant “Wardley” is able to depack and process various types of organic waste. The biogas is injected to biomethane and a CHP produces the parasitic loads. The digestate is pasteurised by maceration and heat treatment before it is land applied.

Type:

Mesophilic waste fermentation

Commissioning:

2020

Substrates:

App. 65,000 t/a supermarket waste, restaurante waste and leftovers, catering waste

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New Hook Farm

The digester project “New Hook Farm” consists of a briquetting system for the pretreatment of the straw. The briquettes are then fed into the digesters. For an improvement of viscosity, a cavitation system is connected to the digesters. The electricityand heat is used for parasitic loads whereas the biogas is upgraded to biomethane and injected into the gas grid.

Type:

Mesophilic waste fermentation

Commissioning:

2020

Substrates:

7,000 t/a wheat straw, 2,000 t/a outdated fruit waste, 2,000 t/a horse manure, 4,000 t/a cattle slurry, 16,000 t/a cellulosic crop material

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Vettweiss

The bio methane feed-in plant “Vettweiß” went operational in December 2012. We process bio gas into domestic gas quality and feed this bio methane into the public gas network. This enables the highest possible efficiency in terms of raw material use, because while the bio methane is converted into electricity 100% of the resulting heat is also put use. The raw materials for the plant in Vettweiß – namely sugar beets and corn – are supplied by over 40 farmers from the region.

Type:

Mesophilic waste fermentation

Commissioning:

2012

Substrates:

Sugar beats, maize silage, waste water of agricultural productoin

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