FEW to the many...
Food from Energy and Waste.
The FEW-SYSTEM is a concept designed to make - for the rst time in the world - a profitable business with a solid return of the investment, in handling household - and industrial waste, along with cleaning the wastewater, based on market conditions, to attract private investments.
The FEW-SYSTEM makes an end to landfill’s and clean the river’s, with a “no waste” concept, thus producing green energy and large amounts of organic tomatoes/vegetable’s, and creates many lasting unskilled jobs, mainly for women.
Handling Waste and wastewater should not be considered a problem, but an environ- mental valuable resource potential.
THE FEW SYSTEM IS IN SHORT
- A wastewater treatment plant.
- An energy factory, with a thermal hydrolysis, a biogas power plant to produce power and heat
- A hydroponic greenhouses as the newest state of the art technology “ Modul Air” over- presure system, that consumes heat from the biogas power units, as well as the CO-2, to be used as fertilizer in the tomato production.
We use the Exelys Thermal Hydrolysis invention by Krüger / Veolia together with Billund Biorefinery, and take it a step further, to create an “Energy-factory“. The factory uses the sludge from wastewater, and combine it with the biomass from the solid waste and some local biomass, to produce power and heat in a full scale Waste to Energy W2E - biogas plant.
And with a biogas production using the latest state of the art technology available today for maximum performance. All components and systems utilized in the “Energy Factory” uses proven technology, but combined in a way not seen before. The first results from the Exelys system, installed in Grindsted, Billund - Denmark, validates the claims of added values beneficial for the ROI.
In addition to optimizing water quality, the green technologies transform the wastewater reatment plant into a modern biore finery that converts wastewater and solid biowaste into clean water and energy.
The wastewater treatment process produces biomass, which is then treated to generate biogas for energy production that reduces the plant’s power requirements and creates additional income through the sale of surplus energy to the local grid.
The plant’s environmental technologies enable the efficient combination of wastewater treatment and bio gasi cation of organic waste to produce three to four times as much energy as required to operate the treatment plant.
Other plant byproducts will include e cient, odor-free organic fertilizer, and eventually, phosphorus and biodegradable bioplastics.
More than 300 HA of the greenhouse concept is already in operation around the world, even in dessert areas, so we know it works.