Using dirty water to generate clean water may sound like an unhygienic scam, but it’s about to become reality in Aarhus, Denmark. The city’s Marselisborg Wastewater Treatment Plant just got a new, state-of-the-art upgrade enabling it to generate 192 percent of its energy needs from sewage.
Wastewater processing facilities are notoriously energy-hungry, consuming roughly eight percent of the world’s electricity. With new energy-efficiency measures and its $3.19-million electricity-generating upgrade, the Marselisborg plant is a glimpse into the future of wastewater power.
On turning organic waste into a non pollutant. Fuel to generate local power.
And create cost savings or income source by generating power to use or sell.
What the First World did to their waste? Turned it into biogas.
Organic Waste to Biogas, Biomethane, or Bio-LNG Resources
We have lots of rotting and stinking organic waste in our country. We can do the same.
How PlanET Biogas Global GmbH Spearheads World Biogas Technology
Browse how others used their waste to create progress.
Jess C. Gregorio
Affiliate Marketing and Project Lead Generation Manager for the Philippine Territory