Within renewable energy studies, Vesmec is active on producing electricity from landfill biogas in many regions and started the installation of electricity power plant having 2 MW power in Kirklareli solid waste facility. Electricity production will be started by January 2018.
More than 50% of landfill biogas is methane gas and it occurs during the anaerobic decomposition of organic substances, municipal solid waste, trade and industrial effluents. Being the most important
greenhouse gas damaging the CO2 balance in atmosphere, methane causes 21 times more harm to the atmosphere in proportion to equivalent gases. Transforming landfill biogas into energy becomes more of an
issue for nature
The formation of landfill biogas depends on many factors like waste composition, length, density and temperature of waste area storage, atmospheric pressure rain level, waste combination, compressing
and moisture. Vesmec makes a difference among its competitors about waste area design, professional management of wastes, extracting maximum gas and electricity production. Having a considerable experience, Vesmec provides maximum income opportunity for both nature and related municipalities.