Biogas ..::

Climate change and the finite sources of fossil fuel call for alternatives and sustainable ways to produce renewable energy. Biogas plants produce energy from biomass, thus qualifying as renewable. The combination of organic food production and farming of biomass for the production of energy has benefits for farmers, the society and the environment. But not every biomass is “bio” and not every biogas plant makes ecologically sense. The entire concept of the biogas plant has to be sustainable with the type of biomass used (ecological sustainability), the 2-stage process for high efficiency (ecological and economical sustainability) as well as the utilization of “waste heat” (economic sustainability).

Convinced about the positive impact biogas plants can have if planned and run the right way, Organic Services has partnered with Snow Leopard Projects GmbH (SLP) to distribute its innovative biogas plant technology to North America.

The founders of SLP are active in the design and construction of biogas plants since 1994. Walter Danner founder and director of SLP has planned and implemented over 40 biogas plants in 11 different countries, on four continents. (Europe, Asia, Africa, South America)
SLP concentrates on developing and improving biogas technology fed with waste and fibre rich biomass with high efficiency.

SLP is active in the construction of biogas plants since 1994. SLP concentrates on developing and improving biogas technology fed with waste and fibre rich biomass with high efficiency. 

The 2-stage process technology for highest efficiency
SLP has developed an entirely new and innovative high performance plant with hydrolysis and acidification units in a 2-stage process offering two advantages against regular 1-stage biogas plants: 

1. up to 30% more energy can be obtained from the same amount of biomass
2. even biomass rich in cellulose and fibre like straw, maize stalks and horse dung can be digested

For more information on Organic Services’ activities, the technology or the functioning of the SLP-High Performance-Biogas Plant, please contact Gerald A. Herrmann.

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