HoSt built a co-digestion installation in Herk-de-stad (Belgium). Unique about this system is that the vegetable and animal material is digested and drained in seperate lines.
The vegetable line consists of a digester and after-digester. The material from the after-digester is separated into a solid and liquid fraction. The solid fraction is fed to the animal digester and then thickened together with the animal material. The concentrator uses heat from the CHP to reduce the volume of the digestate. The liquid fraction is used as a fertilizer material for agriculture.
|Start Construction||April 2008|
|Input||pig manure, corn, grass and other waste products|
|Digester(s)||2 x 2,945 m³|
|After-digester(s)||1 x 2,945 m³ + 2,945 m³ with after-strorage|
|CHP(s)||1 x 1,000 kWe|
|Pre-storage/ receipt||4 x 100 m³ polyester silos|
|Sanitation||10 m³ sanitation unit, 1 hour at 70°C|
|Solid feeding input||80 m³ mixing/dosing bin with input screws|
- Separate digestion lines for both plant and animal material
- Utilization of CHP heat to thicken digestate
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