Focus on waste to biogas in Birmingham

Xergi is putting the spotlight on how organic waste from households, the food industry and agriculture can be transformed into valuable resources for green energy production and environmentally-friendly fertiliser. It's all happening at the exhibition RWM – Resource Efficiency and Waste Management Solutions on 15-17 September in Birmingham, England.

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Xergi has more than 30 years of experience in converting waste into green energy and bio-fertiliser, which makes it only natural to be present at the RWM exhibition in Birmingham, which focuses on the green transformation of the UK's waste sector. 

"Organic waste constitutes significant value in the form of both energy and nutrients. At the exhibition we will show how biogas technology can convert organic waste into a variety of sources of green energy and bio-fertiliser," says Country Manager at Xergi, Jørgen Fink.

Among other things, Xergi will inform guests at the exhibition of the exciting opportunities available in sorting and pre-treating organic waste from households, and will also be presenting solutions for waste from the food industry and agricultural sector.

The video here shows how food waste is handled at the Scottish biogas plant, Barkip.

"Once the waste has been pre-treated, it will be processed in the biogas plant and the gas produced can either be distributed via the gas grid or used in combined heat and power production. The digestate is a valuable bio-fertilise rich in NPK,“ explains Jørgen Fink.

All those interested are welcome to drop by Xergi, found in Hall 4, Stand 4E40.

More information about the exhibition in Birmingham can be found here: www.rwmexhibition.com

Also read:
Biogas paves the way for waste handling in Europe 

Contact:
Jørgen Fink, jfi@xergi.com, tel. +45 30 94 86 26

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