Training “Biowaste to biogas – From feedstock collection to use of digestate” Held
In collaboration with the German Biogas Association, Fachverband Biogas e.V., a partner of the Biogas Serbia Association, another training for the association’s Board members was held.
The training was prepared and conducted by Frank Hofmann, a biogas expert from the German Biogas Association.
During the training, the focus was on examples from Germany, European practices, biogas technologies, the process of preparing and processing raw materials/waste, and the necessary legal regulations to support the sector.
The question arises: why is the process of converting organic waste into biogas so significant? The answer lies in the fact that, in addition to the production of electrical energy, which is currently the primary purpose of biogas plants, the extremely positive impact of biogas plants on the environment should not be overlooked. Perhaps most importantly, biogas plants address numerous ecological problems by managing biological and organic waste. Here, we are not only talking about an ecologically efficient way of waste disposal but also about giving that waste new economic value in the form of electrical and thermal energy, as well as organic fertilizer.