“Chicken Waste Is A Better Raw Material For Biogass”

“Chicken Waste Is A Better Raw Material For Biogass”

Didem Özçoban, Consultant to Albe Biogass Industries, says that  they chicken stool contains more organic content and is more efficient to produce biogass . To give an example Özçoban says that 50 tonnes of chicken stool will be producing the sama amount of electricty as 100 tonnnes of bovine waste. Özçobans says that it is also a very efficient way of disposing the waste from chicken farms and a very environmental approach.  Albe’s  biogass plant that uses chicken waste was set up by using Thai technology and costed the company  USD 6,5 million.

The plant’s current  capacity is 1,87 MW and generates  13 million kWh of electricity, but this capacity is planned to be increased to  2,48. Albe will be investing in other biogass plants to reach a capacity of 10 MW.

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