Oil reserves are decreasing; atomic energy is controversial, but at the same time the demand for energy is increasing all over the world. Accordingly the significance of natural energy produced from sun, wind, water, earth and biogas is increasing.
Our core competence includes the collection of organic waste and its mechanical conversion into biomass for energy recovery in biogas plants turning “waste into raw material”.
In Europe alone, 90 million tonnes of food go to the rubbish according to EU statistics. This amount corresponds to an energetic value of about 27,000 million litres of fuel oil. Organic waste is a natural and never-ending source of energy, which we can use to best effect applying modern technology.
Waste is power, is heat, is bio fertiliser:
Hybag machine technology can be used to process all organic waste of the food chain into pumpable and energetically valuable biomass – independent of whether packed, unpacked, raw, cooked, solid or liquid:
for urban waste
Irrespective of whether you are dealing with catering waste, raw organic remains, faulty batches of industry, goods of major distributors with expired best-before dates, open and raw or packed in plastic, tins or cans, Hybag Tutto is the world-wide leading, tried and tested unpacking and processing system using custom-made tipping containers, bulk handling equipment and the patented separating hammer mill.
for screenings in sewage treatment plants
Screenings in sewage treatment plants contain foreign matter, which are separated and incinerated. Hybag Filtro reduces the incinerated volume and the costs by up to 90 per cent; passing the organic share to fermentation correspondingly increasing the gas yield and at the same time reducing the CO2 emissions.
The Hybag Depackaging Press is a proven and high efficient system for the depackaging of defective batches like cans, tubes, yoghurts etc. The organics were squeezed free of impurities, collected and fed by a pump system as substrate for digesting to biogas plants.Impurities are compressed under high pressure and thrown out as compacted waste with a minimum of adherent organics.