An Australasian company with an office in Italy has 20 years of experience in designing and building biogas with waste-to-energy and wastewater treatment technologies. The company has developed the Bulk Volume Fermenter anaerobic digester applicable for waste-to-energy and wastewater treatment value chains. Final users or system integrators are sought to adapt such technologies to specific applications under commercial agreement with technical assistance.
An Australasian company with long-lasting expertise on field has developed a new Bulk Volume Fermenter for several fields of application. The Bulk Volume Fermenter is a proprietary low-rate anaerobic digester that treats wastewater streams of moderate to very high organic strength and produces biogas. The technology is a registered trademark with various Patent and Trademark Offices. The technology has been fully developed and implemented worldwide with examples that include liquid volumes up to 100,000 m3 and biogas outputs of 12 MW thermal for pulp and paper wastewater. The technology can be applied in different sectors from pulp and paper mills to dairy, milk and cheese factories and from alcohol distilleries to abattoirs and renderers. SMEs and industries interested to adopt such a technology are sought for a commercial agreement with technical assistance in order to adapt it to their existing or new plants.
Type (e.g. company, R&D institution…), field of industry and Role of Partner Sought:
SMEs and industries interested to adopt such a technology are sought for a commercial agreement with technical assistance in order to adapt it for the following applications: • Pulp & Paper Mills • Starch Factories • Alcohol Distilleries • Abattoirs and rendering plants • Corn, Potato and Cassava starch • Petrochemical manufacturing
Stage of Development:
Already on the market
Comments Regarding Stage of Development:
Technical assistance services include desktop analysis, sampling and testing, options analysis, feasibility studies, technology selection and recommendation, pilot plant development construction and operation, followed by full scale project development.
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