– The Organics Group –
Leaders in Environmental Engineering;
Pioneers in the Circular Economy.
The Organics Group has been supplying solutions for the protection of the environment for more than thirty years. Ensuring that our planet remains a platform on which our species can live for many more generations whilst, at the same time, ensuring that everyone has a chance to live in dignity, are the principal priorities for our business model.
Ammonia recovery has its place in the range of techniques applied to landfill leachate treatment where ammonia levels must be reduced but other component concentrations, such as COD and heavy metals, are within the limits of a discharge consent.
Ammonia can be recovered and converted to a range of useful resources that include fertilizer and fuel in the form of hydrogen.
Biogas and landfill gas are produced by naturally occurring bacteria that consume organic materials to produce methane. Properly managed this methane may be employed to produce energy and thereby offset the use of fossil fuels.
Organics has constructed several hundred systems that are involved in the production, capture and use of methane from natural sources.
Electricity generation from biogas is a tried and tested technology that uses what has traditionally been considered to be a dangerous by-product of waste management into a useful and highly effective resource.
By using biogas from a variety of industries, including landfill and wastewater treatment, energy can be created that not only displaces the use of traditional fuel but also removes a highly dangerous greenhouse gas, methane, from the atmosphere.
Leachate management and control is one of the principal activities of landfill management. Many of the techniques employed to manage this type of contaminated water are also key aspects of the control of urban waste management.
The Organics Group has been providing solutions for wastewater from many different sources for many years.
Pyrolysis of organic waste material has the potential to be an important link in the circular economy. The technology offers a sustainable approach to converting organic materials into valuable products, including biochar. It helps to reduce waste, particularly agricultural waste, sequester carbon, improve soil health, and reduce reliance on fossil fuels.
The Organics Pyroclast® pyrolysis unit is designed for final waste disposal. This is its primary intent. Energy recovery, in the form of an Organic Rankine Cycle power unit, can easily be added.
Leachate and wastewater treatment remains one of the principal activities of landfill or municipal wastewater management. The Organics Group has been actively involved in converting waste material into valuable resources
Pyrolysis converts waste material into a resource. Whether it is municipal or green waste, pyrolysis can result in space saving in landfills or provide heat, energy, and biochar providing new opportunities for waste management.
Management of environmental engineering projects must be carefully planned to ensure timely delivery within budget. Organics has undertaken a range of projects from biogas, leachate, and rdf. Here we showcase some examples.
Subject to form, moisture content and calorific value, RDF can be used in a range of industrial processes from fluidised bed combustion, to cement kilns and in RDF-fired power generation facilities.
A range of technologies exists according to the method of treatment required for different forms of biogas, whether from landfill sites or the anaerobic digestion of organic material, Organics has employed many different systems around the world.