Your partner for anaerobic digestion from A to Z

Anaerobic digestion is a path to the future for managing waste and producing renewable energy, especially in agriculture and agribusiness. WESSLING is considered to be one of the drivers of biogas innovation in Europe and internationally.

We share our expertise to offer you precise and rapid analysis in the field of anaerobic digestion. We provide you with reliable solutions adapted to your context by offering you a wide range of services and analyses. 

Our teams are involved in identifying and exploiting methanogenic sources, managing installations and, further downstream, in the energy recovery of biogas and the agronomic recovery of digestate.

Optimise your digestion and production performance

Managing your installation and implementing levers to optimise its profitability: we will help you to assess the quality of inputs, perform biological monitoring and assess the quality of the digestate. Leak detection is also one of our skills and ensures the integrity (proper functioning) of your installation.

Your benefits and our services at a glance:

  • advice and expertise adapted to your context
  • complete support to increase biogas yield
  • immediate and continuous improvement in installation performance
  • advice and expertise on the overall operation of the installation
  • optimisation of substrate costs, installation maintenance and additional costs
  • identification of residual gases in the digestate
  • biogas/biomethane samples and analyses on site

Sampling for analysis of anaerobic digestion

We supply customers with new sample bottles adapted to the substrate. WESSLING uses a stabiliser for the biological parameters in order to obtain a real picture of the digestion process, so you no longer need to freeze your samples. We can analyse your products after long periods of storage.

microplastics

WESSLING is a partner in the new microplastics research consortium MOMENTUM

In this project, which is funded with 5.4 million euros, experts from universities and research institutions are working together with companies and stakeholders to close knowledge gaps concerning the risks of micro- and nanoplastics to human health.

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“Compostable” and “biodegradable”: update on permitted claims

Legislation is constantly evolving and it is not always easy to keep track of it. Do you know what claims can be made on compostable products or packaging? Read our summary.

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