GreenWhey Energy Converts Dairy Wastewater to Energy

GreenWhey Energy Converts Dairy Wastewater to Energy

GreenWhey Energy is building an anaerobic digester facility in Turtle Lake, Wis., that will turn 500,000 gallons per day of dairy wastewater into enough biogas to produce 3.2 MW of energy.

The company says when it’s in full operation, the facility will be the first of its kind in the state, taking in the byproducts of the cheese production process and converting it to biogas, clean water, heat and a byproduct that may be used as a fertilizer.

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Waste District Trials Dry Anaerobic Digestion

Waste District Trials Dry Anaerobic Digestion

The Monterey Regional Waste Management District is piloting a dry anaerobic digester from Zero Waste Energy. The dry digester uses Smartferm technology, developed in Germany, to turn organic waste such as food scraps into electricity and compost for agriculture use. The Smartferm installation at Monterey’s … Read more…

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