Transforming organic matter into biogas leverages a natural process, and aligning industrial methods closely with these inherent processes often yields superior results. Contrarily, technical systems that resist natural processes tend to amplify complexity, leading to heightened wear and operational failures. Consequently, RENERGON adopts a strategy of utilizing minimal, yet potent key components to bolster and amplify these natural processes. The outcomes are measurable synergistic effects: consistent biogas production, reduced wear, minimized energy consumption, and consequently, lowered life cycle costs, paired with an elongated plant service life and availability.
In utilizing Solid Anaerobic Digestion as the cornerstone technology (underpinned by the patented RSD® process – Renergon Simultaneous Digestion), the percolate, or process liquid, is recirculated, initiating and preserving the conversion of stackable biomass in the fermenter boxes into biogas. This cyclic percolate process ensures the homogeneous distribution of pivotal microorganisms, moisture, heat, and essential nutrients throughout the biomass. Additionally, the percolate, fortified with buffering substances, anchors the stability of the entire biogas process. Owing to the robustness of the plant technology and stable anaerobic (absence of oxygen) breakdown, impurities and foreign materials have a minimized impact.