We design and manufacture solid and liquid biomass plants , offering to farms , and livestock producers , whose production processes generate waste wood and plants, and mountain communities the opportunity to achieve energy self-sufficiency and to supplement their income , reusing their waste.
Here are the main features that make this technology attractive :
- Versatile: for its variety of sources. The term ” biomass” in fact brings together a vast amount of heterogeneous material , because it refers to any material of biological origin (materials and residues from agriculture and forestry by-products and waste from the agri-food waste by animals ; waste urban, in which the organic fraction reaches the average of 40% by weight ; algae and many plant species used for the purification of organic sewage ) .
- Economic crop residues, which are currently the most widely used source of biomass for energy purposes, are generally available at low prices and in large quantities and are particularly suitable for use at the same companies (eg rice mills , distilleries , sawmills) . The agricultural byproducts such as straw , stalks , vine shoots , branches pruning etc. . , In many cases can ensure energy self-sufficiency farm costs far lower than those of fossil fuels. The energy from residues of forest exploitation and maintenance of the forest can make an important contribution to the improvement of the economic balance of the management operations, while creating new opportunities for mountain communities .
- Location: by its very nature , biomass is a distributed resource in the area. To minimize the costs of transport over long distances is advisable to provide for the use in small to medium decentralized plants , according to a short chain approach , although there is still possible to use even in large-scale power thanks to the technology of co-combustion .
- Renewable: Biomass is a renewable energy source from the time that its playback time is comparable to that of its consumption .
- Neutral: The cycle of emission and absorption of CO2 into the atmosphere of biomass is neutral and does not contribute to the greenhouse effect.
In addition, one of the most efficient forms of biomass use in district heating is the rural areas, with the construction of plants using wood from local forests for the production of heat required to heat public buildings and private. Using high-efficiency boilers and low emission of pollutants can be realized high-efficiency and low environmental impact.