Technology for N recovery as ammonium sulphate from co-digestion of corn silage, chicken manure and other biowaste by BENAS process (ID:668)

Input material
maize silage and poultry manure
Output product
ammonium sulphate
Processing capacity
AmS output 5-40 t/d, Lime output 1.5-14 t/d
Technology Status
Advanced development stage
Keywords
ammonium sulphate
anaerobic digestion
FiberPlus
N recovery
Technology description

The BENAS biogas plant yearly treats more than 80 000 ton of crop, food waste and poultry manure and produced bio gas, mineral N, calcium-carbonate and organic soil fertilisers. With a modified stripping process, it reaches a recovery rate of 80% of ammonia contained in the digestate, which is approximately 200 t/y. It requires the addition of Flue Gas Desulphurisation-gypsum (FGD-gypsum) to produce two marketable fertilizers: 25% ammonium sulphate (AmS) solution and solid calcium carbonate fertilizer (Lime, 70% DM). The use of gypsum increases soil pH, enhances nutrient availability without causing alkalinisation, and also provides Calcium as an important plant nutrient. Moreover, the process does not require any external heat source and relies solely on the exhaust heat from the CHP engine, with an average consumption of 100 kWh/m3 of digestate. The gypsum used for the process comes from FGD of coal power plants.

The process further implements with the FiberPlus System has achieved the production of ammonia-free fibers suitable for different applications in the fiber and timber industries (i.e. fiberboard). Emissions and loss of N are reduced. Recovered nutrients in the system are 67% of NH4-N as AmS and 6% of NH4-N as Lime; 6% of P and 5% of K as fibers.

Linked Product: Ammonium sulphate from co-digestion of corn silage, chicken manure and other biowaste by BENAS process (ID:667)

Basic information

Vendor:
  • Name: GNS – Gesellschaft für Nachhaltige Stoffnutzung mbH
  • Contact: Dr. Ute Bauermeister
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    Country:
    Germany
    Technology main category:
    Physic-chemical nitrogen recovery from manure, digestate and wastewaters: separation, stripping and membrane processes
    Technology subcategory:
    Stripping + Scrubbing

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