Anaerobic wastewater treatment

In anaerobic treatment, bacteria convert organic compounds (COD) to biogas in an environment without oxygen. Not only do the bacteria remove contaminating compounds from the effluent, thereby reducing discharge costs, they produce green energy at the same time.

Organic components (COD) are converted to CH4 + CO2 + BIOMASS

The generation of biogas from agricultural waste, municipal slurries and wastewater has been gaining interest from scientists, industry and municipalities interest is rapidly growing now, since renewable energy sources are favored to limit global warming. Biogas consists mainly of methane (60-64%) and carbon dioxide. It can be utilized as a fuel for power generation, steam production and drying processes.

SIRMET Ltd. offers integrated and efficient solutions on treatment of organic waste in the field of anaerobic treatment.