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heat and power in sewage plant services

  • Organic/Bio Waste Recovery

    The residual wastes exiting mechanical recovery are rich in organics, which can be digested into a high‐energy gas. The resulting biogas is well‐suited to fuel combined heating and power units as well as automobiles, and for being fed into natural gas supply. Küttner provides turnkey plants covering the entire field from the ...

    By Essen Küttner GmbH & Co. KG based in Essen, GERMANY.

  • Sewage Gas Operation Services

    Sewage and waste water cleaning facilities are excellently suitable for the use in our cogeneration heat and power plants due to the own energy and heat requirement structure. Combined heat and power generation can generate the required process heat for the decay process of the sewage sludge and the drying at essentially lower cost than through ...

    By f.u.n.k.e. SENERGIE GmbH based in Engen, GERMANY.

  • Sludge Treatment and Biogas Utilization Services

    In large-scale treatment plants sewage sludge is almost exclusively treated anaerobically. By employing supplementary treatment stages such as pre-dewatering or sewage sludge disintegration it is possible to optimize construction and operating costs.The high-energy digester gas produced by the sludge digestion is usually used by OBERMEYER in ...

    By OBERMEYER Planen + Beraten GmbH based in München, GERMANY.

  • Sludge Thermal Drying and Cogeneration

    The need to seek how to finally dispose of the bio-solids generated in the sewage treatment plants has led to a process of thermal drying consisting of heat application for evaporation of a major part of the interstitial water content of these bio-solids from sewage plants. Through this process, by reducing the volume, a better final disposal of ...

    By Cadagua based in Bilbao, SPAIN.

  • Thermal Waste Recovery

    Residuals and wastes often exhibit pretty high calorific values. It pays to make use of this energy for both, municipalities and companies. The energy chemically bound in these wastes is first released by combustion, then dissolved from the exhaust gas and finally fed into recovery boilers. Here, it is transferred to thermal unit heat carriers so ...

    By Essen Küttner GmbH & Co. KG based in Essen, GERMANY.

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