Technical lecture at the DGMK Conference 2022 in Dresden
Important building block of the energy transition: Synthesis gas production from sewage sludge
If the energy transition is to be a success, it must also include the chemical industry. However, this sector will continue to rely on carbon in the future. So how must processes in it be designed to help capture and reuse CO2?
To answer these and other questions, the German Scientific Society for Sustainable Energy, Mobility and Carbon Cycles (DGMK) invites you to this year’s conference “K³/C³ – Defossilizing the chemical industry – technological approaches & engineering concepts” from 23 to 24 June 2022 at the Dreikönigskirche in Dresden-Neustadt.
As a member of the Fördergesellschaft Erneuerbare Energien e.V. (FEE), SÜLZLE KOPF SynGas will participate with a technical lecture on 23 June.
Dr. Alexander Neagos, Managing Director of SÜLZLE KOPF SynGas, will speak at the conference on the topic of “Synthesis gas production from sewage sludge for thermal use with removal of the phosphorus-containing ash for application in a wide range of industrial sectors”.
The great advantage of the SynGas process lies in its diverse applicability. Through the pre-separation of ash and dust, the synthesis gas produced can be used as the main or additional fuel in a wide variety of existing processes. In this way, quantities of sewage sludge already added today can continue to be secured in compliance with the amended Sewage Sludge Ordinance.