HZI Anaerobic Digestion Plant
The first Kompogas (subsidiary of HZI) plant in the United States utilizes new methods of recycling and processing organic waste from the county’s residential collection program. Organic waste is shredded, cleaned, and “digested.” The resulting biogas is utilized in an on-site unit to produce renewable, clean energy in the form of electricity that is exported to the utility power grid.
- Foundation for a new 25,000 square foot pre-engineered metal building (PEMB)
- Multiple mat foundations for equipment including a 1 million gallon capacity tank
- Elevated concrete mezzanine
- Elevated steel platforms
Features: Analysis of existing 16,000 square foot building