Read more about different biowaste sources below.

Cultivation

cultivation as a source of biowaste sources

Crop cultivation necessitates the use of water and fertilizers. Pumping the water for irrigation, greenhouse lightning and heating, as well as other devices and machines, all of these things require electricity. The cost of electricity and fertilizers is a challenge. Farms cultivating crops, vegetables, or fruits are big biowaste producers. Spoiled plants, residues from the plant, and leftover plants are examples of this type of biowaste. Transporting this biowaste to dump yards has the costly transportation and gate fees.

FimusKraft Biogas Plant has numerous benefits for agricultural farms. Each module produces a minimum of 30 kW of electricity. FKBP located on the farm brings the electricity, which can be used for things like lighting and charging machinery and devices. Heat can be utilized to warm up greenhouses and other buildings. Each module generates a minimum of 60 kW of heat. 

The fermentation process converts biowaste into a nutrient-dense natural bio-fertilizer. After fermentation, the sludge is further processed to provide a high-quality bio-fertilizer in both solid and liquid forms. This bio-fertilizer can be used in food production, feed cultivation or vegetable, and cereal cultivation.

With FKBP technology, you can turn dedicated biowaste from some fruits and vegetables into valuable raw materials for the pharmaceutical, F&B, and chemical industries. Selling this side product will increase the profitability of the horticulture farm.


With FKBP you handle your biowaste locally and avoid paying possible gate fees by not having to transport biowaste sources anywhere. It’s also an environmentally friendly technique to handle biowaste. In Greenhouses, you can increase vegetable production.


This process will also reduce the carbon footprint and GHG emissions in agricultural processes.


Livestock Farming

Livestock as a useful biowaste sources for FKBP

The biowaste of livestock farms mainly contains the manure of the farm animals. The problem of the manure is the smell and how to handle it cost effectively. It is not good for climate to spread it to the fields as it is. The cost of transportation and gate fees will occur when carrying it to dump yards. In addition the biowaste sources may contain leftover fodder and grass silage.

Livestock farms needs electricity and heat. Today the costs are increasing, which will influence on profitability of the farm.

FKBP transforms the biomass to energy. For example the biogas content of cow dung is about 15-25 m3 / wet weight ton and the methane content of biogas is 60 % and up. For pig manure the biogas content is about 25-35 m3 / wet weight ton and the methane content of biogas is 65 % and up.

Each module of FKBP produces about minimum 30 kW electricity. The electricity is used  for the needs of the farm, for lighting and usage and charging of machines and devices. It’s possible to feed in the local wind and waterpower grid with bio-electricity. The process produces minimum 60 kW heat per module. That is typically used for farm processes, e.g. dairy, and warming the buildings and storages.

The fermented manure product is environmentally friendly bio-fertilizer, that has remarkably less smell. If you do not have need for good fertilizer yourself, you can sell it. Also you will reduce the carbon footprint and GHG emissions in agricultural processes.


Food and Beverage Industry

F&B Industry have great biowaste sources

Food & Beverage Industry is producing many different kind of biowaste. For example surplus materials and residues from fruits, vegetables and animal based residues and spoiled food. The challenges are the transportation costs and gate fees of the biowaste as well the electricity costs.

The F&B companies would get many benefits of implementing FKBP system. Biogas can be used as itself, for example in heating the ovens in bakery. Each module produces minimum 30 kW electricity. FKBP located at the food factory the produced electricity can be used for example for the factory processes and lightning. Heat can be used in processes and warming the buildings. Each module produces minimum 60 kW heat.

Fermentation process is changing the biowaste to nutrient rich bio-fertilizer. Further processing the sludge after fermentation produces high quality bio-fertilizer both solid and liquid form. This GHG-free side product can be sold to farmers.

The food factories has typically dedicated biowaste sources and continuous flow of the biomass.

From dedicated waste FimusKraft Biogas Process can develop valuable raw materials for pharma, F&B and chemical industries. Selling this side product increase the profitability of the company. FimusKraft will conduct laboratory test of the biowaste according to request to find out the side stream possibilities of the type of waste.

When company handles the biowaste locally, they save the transportation costs and gate fee’s. It’s also environment friendly way to handle the waste where it’s made. Also you will reduce the carbon footprint and GHG emissions.


Fisheries

FKBP utilizes fisheries as biowaste sources

Fisheries has the challenges of handling the biowaste cost effectively. Also the fish and seafood waste is smelly. The challenges are the costs of transportation and gate fees of bringing the biowaste to dump yards. Also energy price is a challenge.

Fish and other seafood waste can also be used as raw material for FimusKraft biogas plant.

In the area of fishing industry there are typically several fisheries. If the fisheries are small, they could collect the fish waste in one place to get enough biowaste for fermentation process. Each module of FKBP system produces minimum 30 kW electricity, which can be used to feed in the grid with bio-electricity. The need of electricity for charging the machines, lightning and running the processes can be filled with this bioenergy.

Each module produces minimum 60 kW heat, which can be used in processes and warming the buildings.

Fermentation process is changing the biowaste sources to nutrient rich bio-fertilizer, high in nitrogen and phosphorus. Further processing after fermentation produces high quality bio-fertilizer both solid and liquid form. This bio-fertilizer can be sold to farmers.

The dedicated sea food bio-waste depending on the content can be source of valuable raw materials for pharma, F&B and chemical industries. On request FimusKraft will conduct the testing, and if results are positive, the development of these materials will be included to the FKBP system. Selling this side product increase the profitability of the company.

When company handles the biowaste locally, they save the transportation costs and gate fees. It’s also environment friendly way to handle the waste where it’s made.

Also you will reduce the carbon footprint and GHG emissions.


Restaurants, households and grocery stores

restaurants, households and grocery stores for FKBP use

Restaurants, households and grocery stores are producing many different kind of biowaste. For example surplus materials and residues from fruits, vegetables and animal-based  residues and spoiled food. This biowaste is carried to dump yards and each store, restaurant and household has the cost of transportation and gate fees of the biowaste.

If the several restaurants and grocery stores in a shopping mall collects the biowaste together, the shopping mall would be able to use the bioenergy lightning and warming with FKBP system.

Each module produces minimum 30 kW electricity and minimum 60 kW heat.

Big apartment buildings and compact residential areas could as well have one bigger biowaste collection point to get enough material for bio-fermentation to produce bioenergy.

Fermentation process is changing the biowaste sources to nutrient rich GHG-free bio-fertilizer. Further processing after fermentation produces high quality bio-fertilizer both solid and liquid. The investor of the system can get some money by selling this side product to farmers.

When the FKBP handles the biowaste locally and no transportation to dump yard is needed, so no transportation cost and gate fees will occur. It’s also important for environment that the waste is handled where it’s made!

Also, you will reduce the carbon footprint and GHG emissions.


Wastewater treatment plants

Wastewater treament plants and sludge for FKBP

FimusKraft Biogas Plant can be used also at Wastewater Treatment Plants.

Fermentation process is changing the biowaste sources to nutrient rich bio-fertilizer. Further processing after fermentation produces high quality bio-fertilizer both solid and liquid form. The investor of the system can get some money by selling this side product to farmers.

Each module of FKBP produces minimum 30 kW electricity and minimum 60 kW heat. These can be utilized in wastewater treatment plant.

The sewage sludge contains e.g. toilet waste and other organic and biodegradable waste. FKBP transforms this biowaste to bioenergy.

When the FKBP handles the sewage sludge, the seas keep cleaner and the carbon footprint of the plant will be lower with minimized GHG-emissions.