Food waste biogas
It is hard to estimate the amount of fermentable waste produced by industries (agribusiness, farming, food services…), but it is clearly a potentially important source of biogas.
Anaerobic digestion allows organic waste to be transformed into soil fertilizers and biogas for fuel, with minimal energy use.
Since January 1st, 2012, all “large producers” of fermentable waste (farming, agribusiness, medium and large retail, mass catering) are to process their waste in order to ease their subsequent return to Earth as fertilizers.
To comply with new regulations on fermentable waste, Paprec has partnered with Saria Industries to create Sariec, a company specialising in recovering fermentable waste.
Our first biogas factories have been set up in Bennet (85), Issé (44), and Etampes (91).
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