SFP Zeeland: one of the most advanced biomethane plants in Europe, where biogenic CO2 and digestate are also produced
Located in the province of Zeeland, in the Netherlands, the SFP Zeeland plant is a cutting-edge project and one of Europe's best practices. The plant produces renewable and high-quality biomethane from 400,000 m3 of manure and residual organic materials, both solid and liquid, which are managed in 9 digesters with a capacity of 10,000 m3 each. From the purification of 7,000 m3 of biogas per hour with membrane upgrading systems, 5,000 m3 of biomethane per hour (38 million Nm3 per year) are produced, which are injected into the network. CO2 is also recovered and liquefied for the production of biogenic CO2. Finally, the digestate, both liquid and solid, is reused as fertiliser.