The draff that results from the production of bio-ethanol can efficiently be transformed into biogas in a further process step. Thereby, it is important to create especially large-volume digestion tanks. Furthermore, the mono-digestion procedure of draff represents a big technical challenge which we like to meet.
The above-shown photograph illustrates the example of the bio-ethanol production plant in Zörbig, Saxony-Anhalt. In the picture, you can already see the biogas digesters of a usable volume of
8,000 m³ each on the left-hand side.
Rückert Naturgas regard themselves as consultants and planners who go the way from the planning up to the ready-made biogas plant and the operation together with you.
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