The Biona Gas project, is a biogas plant with a capacity of 1.5 MWe, mainly based on the input of liquid cow manure with co-products as silage corn and straw.
Situated in the village of Tsalapitsa, the 1.5 MWe biogas plant is built with a solid feeding system, a liquid input system consisting of a pump and cutter, 2 digester tanks in combination with an after-digester tank, a separator system, after-storage tanks and a building with a control and heating room, a 1.5 MWe CHP and a room for the operator.
A high efficiency is realized by applying 2-step digestion with an after-digester tank together with a high quality type of mixing.
|Start construction||October 2013|
|Start-up / commissioning||June 2014|
|Capacity||± 40,000 tons / year|
|Input streams||Mainly liquid cow manure, silage corn and straw|
|Liquid input||The liquid cow manure is brought into the digestion process by a cutting and pump system from the shed to the digester tanks|
|Solid input||80 m³ mixing and dosing bin with input screws to the digester tanks|
|Digester(s)||2 x 2,280 m³|
|After-digester(s)||1 x 2,280 m³|
|After-treatment||The digestate is seperated by a seperator into a thin and thick fraction. The thin fraction is stored in 2 x 4.592 m³ after-strorage tanks.|
|CHP(s)||1.5 MWe with flue gas cooler in building|
- The plant runs on high organic load (1.5 MWe from 4,560 m³ main digestion volume)
- Flexible plant for various input streams
- Digestion of straw / manure
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