Biogas Plants

Biogas is actually a mixture of gases, usually carbondioxide and methane. It is produced by various kinds of microorganisms, usually when air or oxygen is absent. Biogas is flammable gas that results from the decomposition of organic waste material and an alternative energy resource for producing electricity and heat.

Biogas Plants are becoming more and more attractive to invest for entrepreneurs with multi economical gains. Besides recycling the wastes of animal and agricultural farms into energy their other important and economic outputs of biogas plants are organic fertilizer and heat.

ENOR is specialized in the field of waste to energy by applying a closed circle system with very less water consumption, odourless and with high energy efficiency thru its unique plant designs.

With our solution partner Lipp in biogas technologies and patented Verinox Tank systems high quality and efficient plants are achievable in short times.

With Paques technologies of ANAMMOX®, ammonia is removable by biological treatment with closed circle of wastewater back into system. And with THIOPAQ® desulfurization process is applied to remove hydrogen sulfide (H2S) from gas streams. Besides disposal of solid wastes of Industrial Zones, municipalities, cattle farms, agricultural areas, ENOR build turn-key biogas plants especially for poultry farms with odourless and less chemical additions.

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Our projects

DESNA Biological Treatment System

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KIPAS KAGIT SANAYI Wastewater Treatment Plant

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ROGAN Biological Treatment System

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Biogas Plants Build By LIPP

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Biogas Plants

Biogas Plants are becoming more and more attractive to invest for entrepreneurs with multi economical gains. Besides recycling the wastes of animal and agricultural farms into energy their other important and economic outputs of biogas plants are organic fertilizer and heat.

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Wastewater Treatment

We are specialist on aerobic and anaerobic wastewater treatment.

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Water Treatment

Although 70% of the World is formed by water, only 0,3% is usable and drinkable.

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