Anaerobic Digestion System Enhancement
Convert biosolids into methane and valuable byproducts
Designed to recycle biosolids into methane and valuable byproducts, SUEZ’s advanced anaerobic digestion technologies use bacteria in the absence of oxygen to break down matter to create biogas. The biogas can be combusted or oxidized and used for heating or with a CHP engine to produce electricity and heat; it can also be compressed and used as fuel for vehicles with the cake produced, used as a fertilizer.
Sludge Digestion Enhancement
Targeted to municipal wastewater sludge, SUEZ’s biosolids solutions include advanced anaerobic digestion, digester upgrading, co-digestion and Class A Biosolids.
Advanced Anaerobic Digestion is designed with a retention time of 18 to 22 days to improve the conversion from sludge to energy. Digester upgrading maximizes the biogas yield from existing sludge streams shifting the plant balance towards energy neutrality.
Whether you are retrofitting an existing plant or building a new one, the 2PAD (Two Phase Anaerobic Digestion) System is ready to take your sludge to a new class - Class A Biosolids only needing 12 days retention time.
Using a drone video, we've captured how Anglian Water's Great Billing Water Recycling Center captures energy and valuable products using SUEZ’s advanced anaerobic digestion and Jenbacher gas engine technologies.