Gas to Grid Injection from Cheese and Milk Production Waste

Project: Wyke Farms, United Kingdom
Carborex®MS 2000
Feedstock: milk and cheese waste
Upgrading 1000 Nm³/h, Gas to grid injection
Product: Green gas for 6000-8000 households a year

At Wyke Farms in Sommerset, United Kingdom, the waste of cheese and milk production is digested and upgraded to green gas with a Carborex®MS system. The renewable natural gas (RNG), also referred to as biomethane, is distributed to households in a remote rural area. This installation provides gas for 6,000 to 8,000 households every year, ensuring that heating and cooking in these houses are sustainable and fossil free. United Kingdom has already built 13 biogas upgrading facilities with DMT, thanks to their ‘Greener for Life’ program that makes the building of more facilities possible.

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Food and Beverages, Waste to Energy

News 13-01-2016
“Sainsbury’s and Wyke Farms form yearlong green gas partnership”
http://www.edie.net/news/6/Sainsbury–and-Wyke-Farms-form-yearlong-green-gas-partnership/

News 07-07-2015
“Wyke Farms sends green gas to grid and secures position as greenest Cheese brand”
 http://www.farminguk.com/News/Wyke-Farms-sends-green-gas-to-grid-and-secures-position-as-greenest-cheese-brand_36247.html