Published on 25 June 2019
Tagged in Biogas, Local Government, Municipalities, Skills
About: The Anaerobic Digestion Guideline is a practical guideline for wastewater practitioners and managers involved in the planning, design, operation, maintenance and management of WWTW. The guideline is based on the premise of the American “Capable Plant” concept which demonstrates a holistic management process for the beneficial use of biosolids and biogas naturally generated during the anaerobic digestion process. The Guideline will form the basis of a series of training and capacity building events for municipalities offered through WISA. Disclaimer: The use of the Guideline is restricted to private use and may not be used for income generation purposes. Should any content be cited from the guideline, kindly acknowledge the authors and GIZ as publisher. The content of the guideline has been compiled by subject matter experts, peer reviewed by sector experts and tested during three pilot training sessions in municipalities. Although every effort has been taken to ensure the correctness of the content, GIZ-SAGEN, the authors and peer reviewers are not liable for any damages caused by the use of the content of the Guideline. Author: WaterGroup Holdings
Published on 04 June 2018
Tagged in Biogas, Flagship-publications, Municipalities
Executive Summary_GIZ-AKUT Biogas Feasibility Study_Zeekoegat.pdf
This report provides a summary of the results for the feasibility assessment of a biogas to CHP project for the City of Tshwane's waste water treatment works facility, Zeekoegat.
Authors: Water Group Holdings, AKUT and AD Solutions
Executive Summary_GIZ-AKUT Biogas Feasibility Study _ Kingstonvale.pdf
This report provides a summary of the results for the feasibility assessment of a biogas to CHP project for the City of Mbombela's waste water treatment works facility, Kingstonvale.
Published on 01 June 2016
Tagged in Biogas, Municipalities
GIZ_WEC 2016, Assessment of Biogas Potential from WWTP in South Africa.pdf
South African wastewater treatment works (WWTW) have a high savings potential on their electricity bill through the generation of biogas from the anaerobic digestion of sludge for their own consumption. The objective of this study was to review the potential of all municipal WWTW larger than 10ML/day for a biogas and CHP project.
Author: WEC Projects