‘Biostations’ set for Romania

So-called ‘biostations’ could pop up over Romania following a discussion between anaerobic specialists in Germany and the Netherlands, as part of a European project.

Romania is moving away from disposing of animal waste which could be used to generate electricity.

Biostations have been operating for eight years in Germany and the Netherlands.

Vice president of the National Medical Veterinary and Food Safety Authority (ANSVSA) Corneliu Ceica says Romanian specialists would get acquainted with the way in which the biogas stations producing energy from the animal waste were authorised and operated in the neighbouring countries.

There are already some Romanian investors interested in such biostations.

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