Challenge With The Disposal Of Organic Residues?
In biogas plants, organic substrates are used for generating biogas as the key ingredients for the anaerobic digestion process. The organic substrates have to be free from contaminants such as metal, plastics, wood (lignin) and rocks because plant equipment such as pumps will be damaged and the bacteria in the plant are unable to process these inorganic substances.
The Lethbridge Biogas plant is currently able to process the following categories of organic materials:
- Liquid & solid manures from Intensive Livestock Operations (beef, dairy, hog & poultry etc.)
- Fats, Oil & Greases (FOG) from slaughterhouses, meat packing plants, canneries, restaurants, food processors, cafeterias & grocery stores
- Food processing residues (oils seeds, grains, fruit & vegetables, corn, beet, potato, dairy products, alcohol, etc.)
- Aerobic sludges from non-municipal wastewater treatment & industrial process water
- Pet food residues
- Separated kitchen & market residues from food processors, bakeries, pizza parlours, restaurants, cafeterias, grocery stores, hospitals, universities, households
- Paunch manure from meat packing plants
- Non-wood containing garden & horticultural residues from greenhouses, garden centers, flower shops, municipalities, households
- Glycerol from industrial biodiesel production
- Silage from farm operations (corn, grain, grass etc.)
- Pulp & paper sludges from paper mills
- Animal by-products from slaughterhouses and packing plants and animal carcasses from intensive livestock operations incl. Specified Risk Material (SRM).
At Lethbridge Biogas we are looking to offer environmentally friendly and sustainable disposal opportunities to our customers.
Please use the contact form below to contact us, if you are looking to be a potential supplier.