Moldovan biogas plant nears completion
A biogas plant based at a bioethanol distillery in Hincesti, Moldova is on schedule to be launched at the end of July.
The plant, designed by engineering company Zorg Biogas, is hoped to help the distillery cut down on its power related expenditure. Zorg also supplied all the plant’s necessary equipment and supervised its installation.
The biogas will be generated by waste from a nearby cattle farm and from distillery grain. The plant is designed to handle 200 tonnes of grain and 40 tonnes of animal waste a day, producing up to 7000 m³ of biogas.
The plant represents another successful project for Zorg, which has also worked on biogas projects in Turkey, Kazakhstan, Russia and Latvia, among others.