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[…]
Currently, the generation of organic waste is increasingly high and its management can be difficult, as well as imply a significant economic cost for those who can not perform a treatment of such waste in their own belongings. In Chile, some 17 million tons of garbage are generated per year, representing the leading country in Read more about Procycla opens a new line of services: ‘organic waste management’[…]
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.
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[…]
In general, microalgae are grown in order to obtain a certain commercial product. This defines the species to be cultivated and the cultivation system that will be used. However, this formula is not applicable when what is wanted is to cultivate microalgae to purify biogas. In this case, the species to be cultivated will depend Read more about What microalgae cultivate to purify the biogas?[…]
Today they have reached the facilities that ProCycla has in the operation ‘El Junco’, from the Melipilla region, a new group of pregnant heifers to be fed with our new improved hydroponic green forage. A team of researchers from ProCycla will carry out an exhaustive follow-up of the new diet of the cattle registering as Read more about New feed cattle group with improved green hydroponic forage[…]