Digestion with an industrial digester
Organic co-products make a major contribution to the transition from a fossil-based economy to an economy based on biomass as a raw material.
In an industrial digester, bacteria transform organic co-products into biogas under oxygen-poor (anaerobic) conditions. Compared to other digesters, the diversity of co-products that can be fermented in an industrial digester is broad. Manure may also be fermented in an industrial fermenter, although this is less common in practice.
The gas produced can then be converted into green gas and, via a combined heat and power (CHP) system, also into heat. This recovered energy and heat can then be used directly. Industrial digesters are therefore often located in the industry.
At Looop, we have a large range of co-products suitable for the industrial digester.
Renewable energy from organic co-products
Organic co-products contribute significantly to the energy transition.
At Looop, we have various organic co-products suitable for various digesters. In this way, we create sustainable energy sources from organic co-products. Read more about co-products in different digesters here:
- Information about co-products for vegetable digester
- Information about co-products for the NaWaRo digester
- Information about co-products for manure digester
- Information about co-products for co-digester