Voznesensk, Mykolaivsky region (Ukraine) will use biogas manufactured from the local storage of grass
Development of the engineering project is based upon employment the world’s innovative technologies and is considered to be a “break-through” for local agricultural businesses. At present moment, “ZORG UKRAINE” is working on construction of a number of biogas plants, designed to use wastes of stock-raising complexes. Biogas plant to be constructed, is going to be the first in CIS to use “goat's-rue,” native grass cultivated specifically for the production of gas, as in contrast to production-wastes used so far. Germany has approximately 6000 plants, which use corn silo for production of biogas, and same number of plants, that employ production-wastes. Over the last 10 years, construction-projects of biogas plants in Germany have clearly been a success. Production of bioenergy is a new trend for Ukraine’s agriculture.
Biogas plant will process 10 tons of silo per day. Plant’s productive capacity will be 2000 м3 of biogas per day; certain amount of biogas will be used to produce electricity (125 kilowatt-hour). Thermo, coming from the cooling of electric power generator will be used in heating system of the green house, 1 500 m2 in area.
Reference: Company “Zeleny Gai” is allocated in the Bugskoe village, Voznesensky district of Mykolaivsky region. Company produces top-quality cognac “Greenwich.” “Zeleny Gai” is knows for cultivation of private vinelands and fruits, high-quality distillery and forms 70% of the district’s income budget.
Company’s profile: “ZORG UKRAINE”
Year of foundation: 2004
Staff: 40 employees
Registered fund: 3 000 000 hryvnias
Activity profile: construction of the biogas plants, which process production-wastes and silo
"ZORG UKRAINE" Ltd.
Adress: Vladimirskaya str. 81-а, office 4, Kiev, 01033, Ukraine
Tel/fax +38 (044) 2517195
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Tel/fax +38 (044) 2890891
ZORG (SKYPE)- Vitaliy Ivanov
Office hours 8:30 AM till 18:30 PM Kiev time (GMT +02).
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