An extremely sustainable process
This is how wet digestion works
The liquid, energy-rich organic waste materials supplied are placed in a sealed reactor where they separate into water, fats, starches, sugar, proteins and fiber during wet digestion (this process is also known as hydrolysis). These 'intermediates' are then converted into lower fatty acids by acid forming microorganisms and are then broken down into acetic acid, hydrogen gas and CO2. Methane forming microorganisms then convert the gas mixture into methane and CO2. This mix is also known as biogas. The digestate left over from the wet digestion process is dried using our own sediment line. It is then converted into Orgapower Powermix (our brand of extremely well-performing, NPK rich soil enhancers).