Biogas upgrading in your Industry
Waste produced on a large industrial scale such as waste from slaugtherhouses, cheese factories or brewerys is very attractive for anearobic digestion. Solid and liquid residues from food and beverage production often have a high biogas yield. The biogas can be upgraded to biomehtane and used on site or injected in the national as grid
- Proven biogas upgrading technology
- Efficient methane recovery
- Over 30 years experience
Biogas upgrading – Food & Beverage industry
By upgrading biogas extracted from biological industrial waste to a methane-rich gas product, also known as biomethane, DMT makes an important contribution creating a clear and prosperous future. Additionally DMT makes renewable energy accessible in every industry globally and is the largest most experienced supplier of proven biogas upgrading systems.
In light of the EU’s 2020 climate goals, there is a need for new sources of energy. Renewable energy from industrial by-products offers a solution. Waste product for conversion to biogas, don’t require a complex pre-treatment process anymore as technology has improved over the past decade. and its economic viability has improved significantly.
Companies in the food and beverage industry can significantly reduce their environmental impact and become more sustainable by converting their organic residues into biogas.
Biogas production at Wyke Farms
Industrial waste case study
At Wyke Farms in the United Kingdom, the waste of the cheese- and the milk-producing process is being digested and the biogas is upgraded to green gas. This gas is being used on site as vehicle fuel and injected into the national gas grid. DMT’s biogas upgrading technology, Carborex®MS, provides biomethane to 6.000 households annualy.
Location: Champflower, United Kingdom
Feedstock: Dairy Waste
Biogas inlet: 1000 Nm3/h
Application: Pipeline injection