Haffmans, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pentair Water Process Technology (Pentair), has partnered with biogas plant operator Future Biogas to help reduce the UK’s carbon footprint.
The partnership will bring about the construction of Pentair Biogas Upgrading plants in combination with Pentair CO2 Recovery Bolt-On systems, supporting Future Biogas’ plan to recover and store 200,000 tons of CO2 annually from 2024.
Future Biogas currently operates 10 anaerobic digestion (AD) plants in the UK. The collaboration will see Pentair utilise its biogas upgrading and CO2 recovery technology to convert the biogas from these facilities into biomethane.
“This cooperation combines the knowledge and expertise of two industry-leading companies,” said Philip Lukas, CEO of Future Biogas.
“We are delighted to be working with Pentair, a globally significant player in biogas upgrading and carbon capture solutions. Our cooperation will provide UK customers with sustainable and cost-effective solutions for biogas upgrading, CO2 recovery, carbon capture, and sequestration for the AD industry in the UK.”
Pentair’s food and beverage global business unit leader, Roland Folz, commented: “At a time when carbon emissions and energy market volatility is rising, it’s becoming ever vital to transition to renewable energy.
“Our collaboration with Future Biogas has the potential to bring about this change and to make a lasting impact on the environment.”