Biogas plants are important for local agriculture. Biogas plants process livestock wastes and liquid manure in a fermentation process to yield fertilizers. The over-fertilization of farmland can thus be avoided and precious groundwater protected.
Biogas installations are important for local agricultural undertakings. These plants process solid livestock waste and liquid manure by means of fermentation technology to yield high-quality fertilizer. This helps reduce the over-fertilization of farmland and protects our groundwater resources.
The main goals of the LIFE-OPTIMAL 2012 Project is the demonstration of an innovative approach for the handling of the manure produced by livestock farming.