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Project References

Renewable Energy & Environmental Protection Projects 

Organics has a long track record in project management and the supply of equipment
for environmental protection and renewable energy projects. We have built projects all over the world, including many in Asia. These range from pure consultancy work providing a range of options for treating potentially polluting emissions to bespoke turnkey systems. Where conditions are favourable, finance can also be provided.

Our business philosophy is one of flexibility and is designed to ensure maximum added value for our clients.

Anaerobic Digestion Treatment and Use of Wastewater and the Production of Biogas

Sinarmas , Central Kalimantan

Project: Sinarmas

This project involved the design, installation and commissioning of a closed lagoon bioreactor on the settling lagoon of a palm oil mill owned by the Sinar Mas Group, Indonesia’s largest palm oil producer.

The brief of the project was to treat the high levels of COD found in the Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME) and to ensure that the methane gas produced could not escape to atmosphere and contribute to the greenhouse effect. 

The project commenced with the design phase and a period of testing to ensure that all parameters of the POME and the location were known before investment in the plant began.

Project Specification

The project was designed to treat the palm oil effluent produced from the production of palm oil, one of the staple foods of Asia and a product used in many other products around the world.

The mill handles 80 tonnes per hour of fresh fruit bunch generating 1,152m3 of wastewater a day.

It was designed to handle up to 3,000Nm3/hour of biogas, the equivalent of 4 MWe; enough energy to power the entire operation leaving an excess to export. In this particular case, the biogas generated from the process is used to power the boiler.

The lagoon was designed to accommodate 60,000m3 of wastewater from a factory that processes 80 tonnes per hour of Fresh Fruit Bunch.

 

Project Budget

Project budget of USD $4 million.

Project delivered within the specified programme and on budget. 

Features of CLBR POME
  • Proven Principle
  • Low construction costs
  • No internal baffles
  • High conversion efficiency through excellent internal mixing and high retention of anaerobic bacteria
  • Enhanced facility for periodic sediment solids removal from the lagoon reactor
  • Optional facility for floating scum removal and recycling
  • Internal gas storage for black starts
  • Enhanced cover design for high safety standards
  • Integrated storm water removal system
Advantages of CLBR
  • Proven technology with many sites constructed in SE Asia over the last 10 years
  • Low cost when compared with tank digesters
  • Corrosion resistant, low maintenance
  • Improvements on cover design with special emphasis on safety
  • Compact, integrated design of recycle and influent pumping station
  • Long hydraulic and solids retention time achieve excellent treatment efficiency of complex wastewater
  • No concerns on biomass retention
  • High process stability after shock loading
  • Versatile and adaptable to many different conditions
  • Use of durable and UV stabilized materials
  • Family of designs for specific purposes

Tedco Agri Makmur, Bandur Lampung

Project: Tedco Agri Makmur, Bandur Lampung

The project included the design, installation and commissioning of a closed lagoon anaerobic bioreactor on the settling lagoon of a cassava mill; the Tedco Agri Makmur in Bandur Lampung, Sumatra.

The objective of the project was to treat the high levels of COD found in the mill effluent and to ensure that the methane gas produced could not escape to the atmosphere and contribute to the greenhouse effect. 

The project commenced with the design phase and a period of testing to ensure that all parameters of the wastewater and the location were known before investment in the plant began.

Project Specification
The project was designed to treat the effluent produced from the production of cassava, one of the staple foods of Asia. The mill processes 200 tonnes of cassava a day and the lagoon was built to handle 50,000m3 of wastewater, with 3,600m3 being produced on a daily basis.

It was designed to process over 1,000Nm3/hour of biogas, the equivalent of 2 MWe and enough energy to power the entire operation leaving an excess to export.

Project Budget

Project budget of USD $4 million.
Project delivered within the specified programme and on budget.

Features of CLBR POME
  • Proven Principle
  • Low construction costs
  • No internal baffles
  • High conversion efficiency through excellent internal mixing and high retention of anaerobic bacteria
  • Enhanced facility for periodic sediment solids removal from the lagoon reactor
  • Optional facility for floating scum removal and recycling
  • Internal gas storage for black starts
  • Enhanced cover design for high safety standards
  • Integrated storm water removal system
Advantages of CLBR
  • Proven technology with many sites constructed in SE Asia over the last 10 years
  • Low cost when compared with tank digesters
  • Corrosion resistant, low maintenance
  • Improvements on cover design with special emphasis on safety
  • Compact, integrated design of recycle and influent pumping station
  • Long hydraulic and solids retention time achieve excellent treatment efficiency of complex wastewater
  • No concerns on biomass retention
  • High process stability after shock loading
  • Versatile and adaptable to many different conditions
  • Use of durable and UV stabilized materials
  • Family of designs for specific purposes

PT Cam, Kendari, Southeast Sulawesi

Project: PT Cam, Kendari, Southeast Sulawesi

This project involved the design, installation and commissioning of a closed lagoon bioreactor on the settling lagoon containing wastewater from the production of cassava from tapioca at the PT Cam mill located in Southeast Sulawesi.

The brief of the project was to ensure that methane gas produced from wastewater treatment could not escape to the atmosphere and contribute to an increase in the greenhouse effect. 

The project commenced with the design phase and a period of testing to ensure that all parameters were fully understood before investment in the plant began.

Project Specification
The project was designed to treat the effluent generated from the production of cassava, one of the staple foods of Asia.

The mill is designed to process 1,000 tonnes of cassava per day and produces 3,000m3 of wastewater a day. This is collected in a lagoon that can hold up to 85,000m3.

The biogas plant treats over 3,000Nm3/hour of biogas, the equivalent of 4.5 MWe and enough energy to power the entire operation leaving an excess to export.

Project Budget

Project budget of USD $5.5 million.

Project delivered within the specified programme and on budget. 

Features of CLBR POME
  • Proven Principle
  • Low construction costs
  • No internal baffles
  • High conversion efficiency through excellent internal mixing and high retention of anaerobic bacteria
  • Enhanced facility for periodic sediment solids removal from the lagoon reactor
  • Optional facility for floating scum removal and recycling
  • Internal gas storage for black starts
  • Enhanced cover design for high safety standards
  • Integrated storm water removal system
Advantages of CLBR
  • Proven technology with many sites constructed in SE Asia over the last 10 years
  • Low cost when compared with tank digesters
  • Corrosion resistant, low maintenance
  • Improvements on cover design with special emphasis on safety
  • Compact, integrated design of recycle and influent pumping station
  • Long hydraulic and solids retention time achieve excellent treatment efficiency of complex wastewater
  • No concerns on biomass retention
  • High process stability after shock loading
  • Versatile and adaptable to many different conditions
  • Use of durable and UV stabilized materials
  • Family of designs for specific purposes

MMPC, Montalban LFS, Philippines

MMPC, Montalban LFS, Philippines
Landfill gas is a potently aggressive greenhouse gas. Methane, one of the main elements with the gas, is 21 times more effective as a greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide. Its control is therefore critical and, if it can be used, it can be converted into a carbon-neutral resource.

The landfill gas power generation project in Montalban, near Manila in the Philippines, has a total of 9MWe installed. This ensures that nearly 7,500Nm3 of landfill gas per hour is removed from the environment and converted into a useful resource, thus displacing the use of fossil fuel for generating electricity.

Project Specification
The project was designed to treat landfill gas issuing from a landfill site near to Manila. The project uses 7,500Nm3/hour of gas and generates 9MWe of electricity that can be used either on-site or exported to the national grid.

This was a turnkey project and involved the design, fabrication, project management, installation and commissioning.

Power capacity installed: 9MWe
Electricity potential: 70,000 MWh / year
Biogas potential: 7,500Nm3/hour

Project Budget

Project budget of USD $10.5 million.
Project delivered within the specified programme and on budget.

Features of Landfill Gas Use
  • Proven Principle
  • Low construction costs
  • One permission and authorisations achieved, rapid mobilisation and installation
  • Prevents a highly contaminating greenhouse gas from entering the atmosphere
  • Carbon neutral project
  • With correct maintenance programme, durable technology
  • Converts an environmental problem into a resource

IYO Alam Sekitar, Bercham LFS, Ipoh Malaysia

IYO Alam Sekitar, Bercham LFS, Ipoh Malaysia

Landfill gas is a potently aggressive greenhouse gas. Methane, one of the main elements with the gas, is 21 times more effective as a greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide. Its control is therefore critical and, if it can be used, it can be converted into a carbon-neutral resource.

The power generation project at Bercham landfill site in Ipoh Malaysia is a 1MWe LFG power generation project using landfill biogas. A total of over 1000 Nm3/hour of landfill gas is burned in two 500kW spark ignition engines. This ensures that nearly 7,000,000 cubic metres of landfill gas is removed from the environment and converted into a useful resource, thus displacing the use of fossil fuel for generating electricity.

Project Specification

The project was designed to treat landfill gas issuing from a landfill site near to Manila. The project uses over 1,000Nm3/hour of gas and generates 1MWe of electricity that can be used either on-site or exported to the national grid.

This was a turnkey project and involved the design, fabrication, project management, installation and commissioning.

Power capacity installed: 1MWe
Electricity potential: 7,000 MWh / year
Biogas potential: 1,000Nm3/hour

Project Budget

Project budget of USD $2 million.

Project delivered within the specified programme and on budget.

Features of Landfill Gas Use
  • Proven Principle
  • Low construction costs
  • One permission and authorisations achieved, rapid mobilisation and installation
  • Prevents a highly contaminating greenhouse gas from entering the atmosphere
  • Carbon neutral project
  • With correct maintenance programme, durable technology
  • Converts an environmental problem into a resource

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