Agromars, Ukraine’s second largest poultry producer, plans to contract Germany’s Kablitz to construct a
Monday, July 30, 2018

Agromars, Ukraine’s second largest poultry producer, plans to contract Germany’s Kablitz to construct a

Agromars, Ukraine’s second largest poultry producer, plans to contract Germany’s Kablitz to construct a bio waste plant that would process 330 tons of chicken droppings a day. The plant would be designed to produce 4.4 MWh of heat and 6.2 MW of electricity. Based in Kyiv region, Agromars is talking to the EBRD about winning financing for the project, which should pay for itself in four years. Separately, Agromars is talking to Holland’s Mavitec about building a flotation sludge recycling plants. This would generate 1 MWh of heat and organic fertilizers

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