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FBI goes new ways. After 18 years of national and 12 years of international biogas business experience, we have developed a new business model to design and erect biogas plants worldwide.

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Feasibility studies are the best way to start biogas projects or biogas business. At reasonable costs, they help to find out whether it makes sense to start a project or a business or how it can be improved.

FBI has made studies all over the world and hence is very experienced.

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First Biogas International brings biogas technology, key components and more than 20 years of experience to our partners worldwide. Thanks to our successful business model we can design and adapt biogas plants to specific local needs. With our presence on site we train the staff and transfer essential know-how to ensure sustainable business development.

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Feasibility
studies

Feasibility studies are the best way to start biogas projects or biogas business. At reasonable costs, they help to find out whether it makes sense to start a project or a business or how it can be improved.

FBI has made studies all over the world and hence is very experienced.

More about Feasibility Studies…

First Biogas International AG

Neuwiesenstrasse 95

CH-8400 Winterthur

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The Technology

Mechanical Biological Treatment systems with Anaerobic Digestion (MBT-AD) plants are designed to process mixed household waste as well as commercial and industrial wastes. MBT-AD is a waste treatment technology that processes waste mechanically in order to separate recyclable elements from the organic component of the waste. The organic component is then treated biologically converted into biogas, a renewable fuel, and a solid digestate to use as fertilizer.

Various feedstock availability and local profitability calculations demand different biogas technologies. FBI has developed and erected various AD plant types to optimize plant operation and profit.

MBT-AD for city waste
See a reference of ours of an MBT-AD plant:
FBI_Refernence_Erkheim.pdf

Holyday resorts, be it in the mountains, at the sea or on small islands anywhere in the world, produce a high amount of organic waste from food and kitchen leftovers. Biogas plants, tailored to the needs of the resort, turn this waste into green energy and organic fertilizer.

Holyday resort biogas plants
See a reference of ours of a resort plant:

Meanure biogas plants treat manure and dung from cows, pigs, chickens, ducks and horses and produce green energy and a fertilizer that won’t smell anymore is perfect for crops.

Manure biogas plants
See a reference of ours of a manure plant:

Biogas plants with a preset semi-aerobic hydrolysis unit split the AD process in two parts. Thus, feedstock with high cellulose content, like straw, grass, etc. can be digested with low retention time and high gas yields.

Semi-aerobic hydrolysis biogas plants
See a reference of ours of a hydrolysis plant:
FBI_Refernence_Naumburg.pdf

Biogas plants for energy production of distillery residues have been in use for more than 30 years. They provide a closed cycle of green energy and materials. They are a perfect complement for every distillery.

Distiller biogas plants
See a presentation of our distillers’ biogas plants:
FBI_Presentation_biogas_distilliry.pdf

This type of biogas plant is capable to treat and process almost any organic material. It is best suited for rural areas and can handle all organic waste. The plant comprises of several steps to separate, treat, recycle and digest  all incoming material.

Mixed organic waste biogas plants
See a reference of ours of a mixed waste plant:
FBI_Refernence_Rhybiogas.pdf

Most of our reference plants are NaWaRo biogas plants. NaWaRos are energy crops from corn and grass silage and cereals. Due to the German new energy law that subsidies the farmers for this type of plant thousands of the them have been erected.

NaWaRo biogas plants
See a reference of ours of a NaWaRo plant:

Abattoir waste is rich in energy and nutrients. With special biogas plants that are equipped with sanitation units, this material can be turned into energy and fertilizer.

Abattoir waste biogas plants
See a reference of ours of an abattoir plant:
FBI_Refernence_Engranat.pdf
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