There are wet wastes of organic material such as sorted food waste, waste from slaughterhouses and dairies, but also manure and residues from agriculture that are not suitable for any other treatment. Concurrently, there is substantial demand for renewable gas, especially for transport and for use in the industry to replace fossil energy carriers. Moreover, there is another large need to replace fossil mineral fertilizer in agriculture, and there biogas fertilizer from biogas facilities fits perfectly with its renewable plant nutrition.
Biogas solutions convert difficult wastes into renewable energy and plant nutrition. In this way, several problems are solved simultaneously and lead to the emergence of green jobs, strengthened food and energy security, and improved local and regional environment. In short, biogas solutions promote sustainability for cities, regions, and the bioeconomy.