Organic Waste Management

quasar energy group can manage your organic residuals via anaerobic digestion, a sustainable process that diverts material from landfills and incinerators while generating renewable energy and capturing greenhouse gases.

 

Types of Material Managed

 

Biosolids: Biosolids are the nutrient-rich organic materials resulting from the treatment of domestic sewage in a wastewater treatment facility.  

 

Manure: Manure from farms and/or livestock operations.

 

Food waste: Food waste generated by regional food processors in either liquid, semi-solids, or solid forms, including depackaging.

 

FOG (Fats, Oils, and Grease): FOG are energy rich hydrocarbon chains that produce a large volume of biogas.  FOG represents a particular challenge to collection system operators at municipal treatment plants, a number of which have restricted acceptance of FOG.

 

Energy Crops: Crops grown specifically for the production of energy.  Also included in this category are off-spec/damaged agricultural products such as grain, hay, silage, spilled/soiled feed, stover, etc.

 

Biodiesel and Ethanol Production Byproducts: The organic byproducts of bio-based fuel production, are stillage and glycerin.  Both are excellent sources of biogas when anaerobically digested.  OEPA has determined that similarly generated glycerin sources fall into this preapproved category

 

Custom Waste Management Plans

quasar can help you develop a waste/residual strategy that reduces disposal costs while meeting your company’s long term sustainability objectives.

 

Contact a Sales Representative

 

Clint Pemberton

Email: cpemberton@quasareg.com

Phone: (216) 401-5536