Agromars Complex LLC (Kyiv region) plans to build a flotation sludge recycling plant.
“The second project being considered by Agromars Complex is construction of a flotation sludge recycling plant. Flotation sludge appears after purification of water used in slaughtering houses and extra sludge from biological treatment facilities,” the company said on its website. In particular, Agromars is interested in a project of Dutch Mavitec.
The flotation sludge recycling plant and the chicken manure recycling plant will generate electricity using a gasification method. It would be able to generate 1.1 MWh of heat and organic fertilizers.
“We have a plant producing biological additive from animal byproducts. When we build two more plants, we would complete the chain for treating any waste. This would allow solving all environmental issues as it is done in Europe,” Deputy Technical Director Oleksandr Surmach said.
Agromars Complex LLC (Kyiv region) intends to build a plant for processing bio waste, according to the company’s website. “We discussed the design and construction of a bio waste processing plant with the leadership of the German company Kablitz. We agreed to build a plant for processing chicken manure with other waste to generate heat and electricity,” deputy technical director of the company Oleksandr Surmach said.
The company said the plant would process 330 tonnes of manure per day, producing 4.4 MWh of heat and 6.2 MWh of electricity. The preliminary construction period of the facility is about two years. The payback period is three or four years. For the construction of the plant, Agromars plans to raise funds from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. “Agromars plans to sell electricity to the state at a feed-in tariff. Today the German company is preparing a commercial offer. In the near future, we will sign a cooperation agreement,” the company said.
Agromars is the second largest producer of poultry in Ukraine (the Havrylivski Kurchata brand), a vertically integrated holding with a closed production cycle.