Anaerobic Treatment


Anaerobic treatment involves microorganisms’ biological breakdown of organic matter in an oxygen-free environment. This process generates biogas, primarily composed of methane and carbon dioxide, as well as a stabilised residue known as digestate. The anaerobic treatment efficiently manages organic waste such as sewage, agricultural, and food waste while minimising its environmental impact.


Reduces the release of greenhouse gases, mainly methane.

Minimises the potential for water and soil pollution.

Renewable energy source biogas that can replace fossil fuels.