European Biosolids & Organic Resources Conference

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Site Visits

WEDNESDAY 22ND NOVEMBER:  £150 plus VAT

NB:  Site visit bookings only taken for delegates attending the conference, as there are limited places. 

There will be a choice of 2 site visits on the day after the conference.  For both visits, a coach will collect participants from Leeds early on the morning of Wednesday 22nd November.  Lunch will be provided and there will be a return coach to Leeds for late afternoon.

The site visits are only available to conference delegates.   Places are limited so you are advised to book as soon as possible.

Option 1.  Davyhulme Advanced Sludge Treatment Plant:              

United Utilities flagship Advanced Sludge Treatment Plant at Davyhulme, Manchester

You will have an opportunity to see the whole of the sludge treatment train from the import cake silos, pre-dewatering centrifuges, Cambi Thermal hydrolysis plant, digesters and dewatering, as well as the NEW Malmberg BIOMETHANE PLANT.  The site aims to process 91,000 tonnes of dry solids per annum and the tour will be led by Tom Stead, United Utilities’ experienced Production Engineer, able to talk you through plant modifications and efficiencies made over the past 6 years.

The visit will also include a workshop and lunch designed to enable participants to network with one another and engage with experts in the field.

Davyhulme visit is sponsored by Helix ECL

Option 2. Saria’s ReFood Anaerobic Digestion Plant

Commercial (waste-fed) facility, Widnes

   

You will have an opportunity to see the whole digestion process at a commercial (waste-fed) anaerobic  digestion facility, from feedstock (e.g. preparation, pre-treatment), digestion and gas and digestate handling.

ReFood Widnes was Saria’s second Anaerobic Digestion facility in the UK and their first Gas to Grid plant. It is permitted to process up to 150,000 ton p/a following the recent expansion of the plant completed Spring 2017. The site currently exports up to 1230m3/hr of Biomethane which is injected direct to Grid.

The resultant whole Digestate is accredited to the PAS110 standard and supplied as a fertiliser for local agriculture.

The visit will include a discussion on the challenges faced by AD facilities outside the Water Industry, what the future might hold, as well as allowing delegates to network with one another and experts in the field.

NB:  Site visit bookings only taken for delegates attending the conference, as there are limited places. 

  • The site visits are £150 plus VAT.  Please note the site visit is only available to conference attendees.  Places are limited so please ensure you add to your booking when you register