Taoyuan City Biomass Energy Center in Taiwan

Biogaspark in Fulda


Planning of the mechanical and biological area (plant technology) including the necessary building construction for the recycling of shredded household waste.


Feasibility study for the IWMF (International Water Management Forum)

  • Evaluation of basic data
  • Survey of the site(s)
  • Development of a conceptual design
  • Recommendation for a technology chain
  • General layout plan for the preferred technology
  • Technological description of the processes, including mass balance calculation, energy balances and emissions
  • Budgetary estimation of investment and operational costs

Bid engineering

  • Development of basic flow sheets
  • Selection of key equipment
  • Pre-dimensioning of key equipment,
  • Sketching of plant construction,
  • Creating the outline plan for the development of the floor space; including dumping, processing and storage areas, traffic routes, emission points, and civil engineering requirements
  • Creation of a process flow diagram and an equipment flow sheet
  • Technical drawings with Auto Desk 3D Plant and REVIT
  • Technological description in addition to the technical drawings
  • Update on the estimation of investment and operational costs

The building construction includes:

  • In and output bunker for the mechanical treatment
  • Fermenter
  • Technical corridors
  • Biofilter housing
  • Installation area for an auxiliary device such as washer, cooler, etc.
  • Any further construction elements to operate the biological plant

Technical Data:

The total treatment capacity of the facilities shall reach 300,000 Mg/a (90,000 Mg/a anaerobic digestion)




Since March 2018

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