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Food waste turned into localised power using micro-AD plant

SEaB Energy has launched its new generation Flexibuster micro-power plants that convert food waste into energy.

It is the first model built in co-operation with UK manufacturing partner G3 Systems, and is said to mark a leap forward in performance and usability. The patented system turns food and organic waste into heat, electricity, water and fertiliser, all of which can be reused on-site.

Sandra Sassow, chief executive of SEaB Energy, said: “We are beginning to mass produce in order to meet the demand.

“With rapid urbanisation in emerging and developing markets worldwide, radical approaches to distributed power generation and localised waste disposal are key. Flexibuster is the game-changing waste and energy solution for future cities worldwide.”

The plant is housed in a 20ft container. Its performance has been boosted by lowering the parasitic load and increasing the efficiency of the anaerobic digestion.

The configuration has been simplified to allow for plug-and-play installation and reduced footprint.

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