Kent, United Kingdom
The highest negative carbon fuel due to the efficient design and low traffic movements
The Waste-to-Value plant in Kent, UK, produces methane-rich biogas by means of the biological conversion of poultry manure. The manure is provided by local farms across Kent. Because of this project, we produce the highest negative carbon fuel due to the efficient design and low traffic movements, whilst addressing a major challenge in sustainably treating poultry manure.
The biogas is upgraded to produce up to 6.6MW of grid quality gas that is injected into the regional grid. The plant also produces 500 KW of electricity and thermal energy for consumption on site. After the digestion process, the digestate is stripped of nitrogen to produce a concentrated liquid ammonium sulphate fertiliser stream.
- The Kent plant uses 100 per cent poultry manure.
- Anaerobic digestion in conjunction with biogas upgrading to produce up to 6.6 MW of grid quality bio-methane as well as 500 kW of renewable electricity and thermal energy.