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Creating Energy from Organic Waste

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Poultry waste is a significant contributor to the growing waste crisis, and traditional methods of disposal, such as landfilling or incineration, are not only costly but also harmful to the environment. During recent decades, the problem of efficient disposal and management of organic wastes has become more significant as of rapidly increasing population, urbanization and industrialization. Production of large quantities of organic waste all over the world poses major environmental (offensive odors, contamination of ground water and soil) and disposal problems.

Therefore, the disposal of different types of wastes has become very crucial issue for maintaining environmental health. In this context, biogas production may be low-cost, viable and rapid technique/option for the efficient management of poultry wastes. Fresh or semi-dried poultry litter are allowed in agricultural land as fertilizer in low-income areas. This may be contrasted to developed areas as poultry droppings are used only after certain interval of discharge as after drying or provision of processing as composting. These scenarios are, however, unaffordable to most of the inhabitants of least developed countries.

It is surprising as the absence or insufficiency of adequate poultry litter management in many villages/towns of least developed countries, particularly in low-income areas, increasing on leads to serious public health and environmental hazards.


Our innovative solution involves the conversion of poultry waste into biogas through anaerobic digestion. This process breaks down the organic matter in the waste, producing methane-rich biogas and a nutrient-rich fertilizer that can be used to enrich soil.


Not only does our solution provide a sustainable means of disposing of poultry waste, but it also helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions and generate clean energy. Biogas is a versatile and renewable energy source that can be used for heating, cooking, and even generating electricity. Our biogas plants are designed to meet the specific needs of our clients, providing them with a reliable source of clean energy.

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Chicken litter is highly sensitive to public health, water resources pollution as well as aesthetic value of the acreage. Practically the nutrient available in chicken manure has not been fully utilized, resulting in loss of fertilizing values (such as Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium, etc.). A number of plant pathogenic disease producing agents are also disseminated through untreated chicken manure and the economic losses accruing from these are enormous. Apart from the fact that fresh and semidried chicken droppings applied on the farm as fertilizer is a potential health hazard to grazing animals and leaching effect into the ground and sources of water also poses great threat to humans.


Thus, proper management of chicken droppings is essential to utilize the nutrient value, to contribute energy demand and ultimately maintain sanitary condition of the community.

  • More than 150,000 tons of chicken litter treated annually per facility.

  • Generate over 750,000 MMBtus of sustainable renewable natural gas.

  • Generate 125,000 tons of organic, controlled-release fertilizer.

  • Generate an estimated 500,000 tons of CO2 equivalent emission abatement that will be available for purchase in carbon markets.


At Bioveon, we are committed to providing our clients with the highest standards of quality, safety, and sustainability. Our experienced team of experts is dedicated to ensuring that our clients receive the best possible solution for their waste treatment and energy generation needs. We believe that by working together, we can create a cleaner and more sustainable future for our planet.

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