Description of a pilot plant that has been tested in different companies to provide a new brine treatment system in the meat processing industry.
Biogas Upgrading transforms raw landfill biogas into energy. The biogas produced in landfills, in waste digestion processes or wastewater treatment plants usually contains high concentrations of carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide and siloxanes that hinder its use. Biogas enrichment can be reused onsite or in connection to the network of natural gas supply.
Biogas can be an energy source for leachate treatment: there are several technologies that can be applied to MSW landfill leachates treatment, however the method of vacuum evaporation, combined with or without pre- or post- reverse osmosis, has proven to be nowadays the most efficient method to minimize leachate and obtain purified water suitable for discharge.