Renewable gases are those obtained from raw materials or renewable sources, including biogas generated in anaerobic digestion processes, which is used for the generation of electrical and thermal energy, as well as being able to be transformed into natural gas and be injected into the network. There are currently more than 500 facilities in Europe Read more about Biogas in Spain: a pending challenge[…]
This event takes place from 16 to 18th of October in the city of Schwäbisch Hall (Germany). The program includes relevant actual aspects such as the most recent innovative technologies for digestate treatment or nutrient recovery processes, without pollution reduction. More information: click link.
The European Horizon2020 project “Research Coordination for a Low-Cost Biomethane Production at Small and Medium Scale Applications”, short Record Biomap identifies different innovative process and technology solutions along the biomethane supply chain, from substrate pre-treatment, digestion and gas upgrading to biomethane, and aims to support their development up to market uptake. It has started on Read more about ProCycla joins at the European Record Biomap Project (Horizon 2020)[…]
ProCycla is an R&D Company that offers consulting and advisory services in the field of organic waste treatment, hydroponics, water and gas purification. Our main goal is to ensure commercial, technical and environmental balance of our solutions. For this purpose, we have a team with relevant experience in different areas such engineering, biology, chemistry, agronomy Read more about Promotional video of anaerobic digester MAD ProCycla[…]
Previously granted in USA, ProCylca obtains now in Chile the patent of his anaerobic digester. This allows ProCycla to enter in the Latin American market. The projection that offers these countries to promote renewable energies to the future, foresees to be a key market in the development of the technological solutions applied in the field Read more about ProCycla obtains the patent for his anaerobic digester in Chile[…]
ProCycla thus obtains a series of applications that allow greater control in anaerobic digestion plants, and thus facilitate the operation and maintenance of the reactors. These applications allow us to perform simulations to optimize the biological process, calibrating and validating its different operating parameters, but also it allows us to accurately predict its values in Read more about ProCycla and INRIA Chile finish the development of a control tool for DA[…]
The production of biogas is one of the biggest attractions of anaerobic digestion, but it is not the only one. Digestate also excels, the mud resulting from the digestion plants, which is characterized by a high concentration of nutrients and organic matter. Hence, its use as fertilizer is so attractive. But although this biofiertilizante already Read more about Can we improve digestate’s quality as a fertilizer?[…]
The approval of this type of products by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) presents great difficulty, making this concession a milestone for ProCycla by allowing it to “cover the US market, a key market in the development and expansion of technological solutions applied to the field of biogas and anaerobic digestion.
Although anaerobic digestion is a natural process that has been exploited by multiple cultures in different ways, today the technique has been industrialized and developed in a very controlled manner through technological advances linked to biotechnology and materials. The main exponent of success is the anaerobic digestion of complete mixture. This modality stands out for Read more about Economy VS Reliability, the great challenge of Anaerobic Digestion[…]
Collaborative work is part of our DNA. Hence, from the beginning ProCycla collaborates with different technology centers that provide a plus of excellence and innovation to the different projects we are developing. With the collaboration that we have started now with INRIA Chile, the calibration and validation of the biological model of anaerobic digestion will Read more about ProCycla and INRIA Chile start a project in anaerobic digestion[…]