Grønhøj Bioenergi was built to handle 130,000 tons of biomass per year. The owner has specialized in finding inexpensive biomasses that can be converted into methane. This also includes cereal remains, waste carrots, chicken dung, potato pulp etc.
A special hall from which the air can be exhausted through a bio filter and then cleaned of smell and nitrogen was built for strongly smelling biomass.
A separation plant was installed to help dispose of phosphorous. With a separation plant, the degassed biomass can be “designed” to match the receiver’s demands.
The owner’s ability to find special biomass has put the biogas plant to the test. This has definitely not disappointed the owners – the plant produces 20% more than expected.