Worcester, Southern Africa
Creating a sustainable partnership
The Worcester waste-to-value plant in Southern Africa is designed to produce methane-rich biogas from wastewater received by a nearby poultry processing facility. The energy generated from this biogas is exported back to the neighbouring facility, creating a sustainable partnership in doing so.
The biogas is upgraded and utilised to generate energy in combined heat and power units. The remaining wastewater is treated and can be safely discharged into the sewer.
- The Worcester W2V plant treats up to 3,000m3 of raw abattoir effluent per day
- It can generate up to 1.55MW of electricity and 836kW of thermal energy
- The plant is capable of running in island mode to continue providing power when the local grid falls away.
Our green solutions
We produce biogas that we upgrade into many useful energy forms, such as biomethane, bio LNG and renewable energy. During the process of making biogas, we convert the surplus into by-products such as organic fertilisers.
The biofuel biomethane is a unique renewable alternative to natural gas. To create this biofuel, we use mainly manure and some organic waste streams.
Bio LNG is liquified biomethane and has a far lower impact on the environment. This biofuel is completely made from organic streams.
We have the innovative capability to turn biomethane into electricity and heat. We create renewable electricity and heat in large Combine Heat and Power (CHP).
After producing the biomethane, we strip the ammonia that is released during the biomethane process from the system and transform it into ammonium sulphate.
After producing methane, there is still a product left high in nutrients. We dry this product and press it into pellets or granules thus producing organic fertiliser.
Our selected locations
Green Create has multiple plants all over the world to produce biogas and other useful energy forms.