EUCO® Titan OFMSW2019-03-27T16:36:51+00:00

EUCO® Titan OFMSW

Biogas plants for the anaerobic digestion of the organic fraction of municipal solid waste for the generation of electricity (from 300 kW) and the production of biomethane.

Get the most out of waste

The EUCO® Titan plant has been continuously developed since the company was founded in 1995. In the waste-operated version, the plant consists of EUCO® horizontal continuous flow fermenters and COCCUS® secondary fermenters, whose number and dimensions depend on the size.

The production of biogas from OFMSW has some differences compared to the production of biogas in the agricultural and livestock sector. In particular, pre-treatments are necessary to reduce the degree of impurity prior to entering the reactors. Downstream of the biogas plant, in order to transform the digestate into a soil conditioner that can be used directly in agriculture, it is necessary to provide a composting plant.

The main advantage of the combination of anaerobic digestion and composting is the lower olfactory impact: the degradation stages that produce most of the odours take place inside the fermenters, which are hermetically sealed.

This type of plant is available for the generation of electricity (starting at 300 kW) and for upgrading to biomethane, and is particularly suited for the OFMSW that originates from door-to-door collection or for waste that has an impurity content of less than 15%.

The benefits at a glance

  • The best technical solution to obtain energy from good-quality waste
  • No formation of foam or crusts
  • Reduced formation of sediment

Our biogas plants for the valorisation of OFMSW:

Biogas plants for the anaerobic digestion of the OFMSW for the generation of electricity (from 300 kW) and the production of biomethane.

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The revolutionary compact and modular biogas plant for the energy exploitation of OFMSW.

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Plants for biogas from dry waste, for the anaerobic digestion of the organic fraction of municipal solid waste with a high impurity content.

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