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Methane Generating Reactor Waste-to-Energy & Wastewater treatment technology

Country of Origin: Italy
Reference Number: TOIT20210907001
Publication Date: 7 September 2021

Summary

An Australasian company with an office in Italy has 20 years of experience in designing and building biogas and biomethane plants with waste-to-energy and wastewater treatment technologies. The company has developed new efficient, sustainable and economically viable solutions applicable for waste-to-energy and wastewater treatment value chain. Final users or system integrators are sought to adapt such technologies to specific applications under commercial agreement with technical assistance.

Description

An Australasian company with long-lasting expertise on field has developed a new CH4-Methane Generating Reactor for several potential fields of application
The technology is a registered trademark with the World Intellectual Property Organization and was recently showcased by WIPO in Asia as being a leading green technology to implement sustainable solutions for greenhouse gas emission reductions at scale.
The technology has been fully developed and implemented in Asia with examples that include liquid volumes up to 145,000 m3 and biogas outputs of 17.5 MW thermal for starch waste.
The technology can be applied in different sectors from edible and palm oil mills to sugar refineries, from alcohol distilleries to food processing plants and from animals' farms to abattoirs, and from waste treatment plants to Petrochemical refineries
SMEs and industries interested to adopt such a technology are sought for a commercial agreement with technical assistance in order to adapt it to their existing or new plants
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Advantages and Innovations

The proposed CH4-Methane Generating Reactor is a highly engineered in-ground anaerobic digester and Innovations include the digester's ability to receive very high strength and very high volumes of industrial waste and wastewater. The high volume digester allows long retention times that permit secondary breakdown of residual organic compounds. Organic loadings are reduced by 95% within the CH4-Methane Generating Reactor digester. Other innovations include the premixing of anaerobic sludge with incoming waste and the sequential automated distribution of organic load throughout the digester sludge blanket. The digester cover is engineered to provide a high level of safety in high winds.

The main advantage over conventional anaerobic digesters is the significantly lower capital cost.
Other advantages includes
• Low operating and maintenance costs.
• Highly resilient against shock hydraulic and organic loadings.
• Overall enhanced process stability makes it easy to meet effluent limits on a consistent basis.
• Able to cope with moderate to high levels of solids.
• Built-in equalization for any downstream aerobic system.
• Able to digest waste aerobic sludge from a downstream aerobic system.
• Brings consistent performance to the entire treatment process.
• Less overall sludge generation in the treatment system.
• Pesticides have been proven to be completely decomposed with the digester.
• Aromatic hydrocarbons, aromatic alcohols, and polyester type hazardous liquid wastes are received and digested by the CGR. Other similar wastes are tested for biodegradability before ascertaining their suitability for digestion in the CGR.

IPR status

Secret Know-how,Trade Marks

Stage Of Development

Already on the market

Stage Of Development Comment

Technical assistance services include desktop analysis, sampling and testing, options analysis, feasibility studies, technology selection and recommendation, pilot plant development construction and operation, followed by full scale project development.

Requested partner

SMEs and industries interested to adopt such a technology are sought for a commercial agreement with technical assistance in order to adapt it for the following applications:
• Edibile Oil & Palm Oil Mills (POME)
• Cane and Beet Sugar refining
• Alcohol Distilleries
• Animal manure, Beef Feed Lots,
• Chicken & Egg Farms
• Abbatoirs and rendering plants
• Food processing organic wastes
• Corn, Potato and Cassava starch
• Petrochemical refineries

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