Our patented and practically proven process uses dried sewage sludge to generate sustainable electricity and heat. Decentralized on the grounds of the wastewater treatment plant. This saves transport costs, protects the environment and is both sustainable and economical.
All modules are based on the principle of gasification. In this process, the energy in the solid sludge is converted into the gas phase. This synthesis gas can then be converted into usable energy in a much more variable and efficient manner, especially when considering smaller recycling plants. The synthesis gas is generated according to the same principle in all modules. The difference lies in the synthesis gas utilization.
All modules produce the same residual product: a versatile, phosphorus-rich, low-carbon, decontaminated ash in the form of mineral granules that can be used directly or indirectly as fertilizer or aggregate.
The choice of the appropriate SynGas plant is based primarily on site-specific energy requirements and the amount of sludge produced annually. With the different solutions we can cover the full range between a turnkey CHP plant for highly efficient power generation, a heat module for a pure heat utilization, up to the subsequent equipment of an existing incineration plant with a SynGas auxiliary firing module for the co-incineration of sewage sludge with simultaneous separation of the ashes (requirement of the AbfKlärV).
We will be happy to advise you personally and prepare an individual offer for you.
Your advantages with solutions from KOPF SynGas at a glance:
Complete solution for thematic sewage sludge utilization from a single source
flexible use of energy due to modular plant technology
much smaller footprint
state-of-the-art process control technology
decentralized sewage sludge utilization creates
– cost and disposal security for operators
– reduction of buffer area for intermediate storage of sewage sludge
– minimization of transport costs and associated CO2 emissions
fast plant approval due to simplified approval procedure according to 4. BImSchV
highly concentrated phospor in the SynGas ash
thermal destruction of pathogens, drug residues or worm eggs
removal of heavy metals, microplastics and other pollutants from the material cycle