Waste material recycling with a small footprint - Case Study
- Location:Kishiwada, Osaka (Japan)
- Capacity:249 kWel
- Input materials:Food Waste
- Features:Complete container solution, Power to the public grid, Heat utilization by the adjacent factory
EnviTec Biogas has entered the relatively young Japanese biogas market with a 250 kWel biogas plant. The EnviWaste plant in Kishiwada (a city of Osaka) has been feeding electricity into the network since 27 March 2015. This means that the feed-in operation was in punctual compliance with the date that was targeted for the initial feed-in operation. The plant was designed and engineered in cooperation with the Japanese partner RENAGEN. RENAGEN is part of the REMATEC Group, which is a large waste material recycling company in Japan and southeast Asia. The target of the cooperation is the expansion of the biogas market in Japan.