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ZORG Ukraine is using steel tanks in construction of biogas plants

10-18-2010 09:19 AM CET | Energy & Environment

Press release from: ZORG UKRAINE Ltd.

ZORG Ukraine is using steel tanks in construction of biogas

ZORG is using more convenient enameled steel tanks in construction of biogas plants, making no changes to the overall price of its construction projects. Although steel tanks are more expensive than widely used concrete tanks, the company has been able to provide an advantage to its clients due to implementation of new production technologies.

Major advantages provided by enameled steel tanks, as in contrast to concrete tanks:

- Biogas plants can be built during cold season, at temperatures below zero degrees Celsius;
- Biogas plants with steel tanks don’t need a curb;
- Biogas plants with steel tanks can be built in regions remote from batching plants;
- Construction terms are considerably shorter;
- Steel tanks have longer depreciation period;
- Steel tanks can be leased as technical equipment.

About ZORG:

ZORG executes full range of engineering services within biogas industry. The company designs and builds biogas plants under German state-of-art technology and know-how license.

ZORG works on a global scale: company’s projects have been successfully implemented in Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Latvia, Turkey, Russia, Moldavia and Indonesia.

ZORG UKRAINE Ltd
Adress: 172, Gorkogo str., Kiev, 03680, Ukraine
Tel/fax +38 (044) 5212951
Tel/fax +38 (044) 5212952
Tel/fax +38 (044) 5212953
E-mail: biogas@zorg-biogas.com
http://zorg-biogas.com

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