Norrköping, Sweden from Nov. 6th-7th, 2018
The 7th IBBA workshop addressed Industrial Wastewater Management: Exploring higher energy efficiency and sustainable solutions – special focus on pulp and paper residues
The treatment of wastewater for industrial activities, such as pulp and paper production, is often highly energy intensive and alternatives are needed to achieve the reduction targets for fossil CO2-emissions. At the same time, sustainable wastewater management holds the potential for producing renewable fuels, such as biogas.
IBBA invited participants to discuss more resource efficient concepts, which combine e.g. industrial wastewater treatment with biogas production. The concepts should improve the carbon footprint of industrial wastewater treatment – through both energy savings and renewable fuel production.
Experts from the Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI), Biogas Research Center (BRC), Swedish Forest Industries Federation, Scandinavian Biogas and Episome Biotech, among others, presented case studies and new concepts. On day two we visited the Fiskeby Board mill including their wastewater treatment plant, at which biogas is produced in an anaerobic step.
Tuesday, November 6th, 2018
Welcome to the 7th Inter Baltic Biogas Arena Workshop
Prof. Frank Scholwin, Institute for Biogas, Waste Management and Energy, Germany
Keynote: Possibilities for optimizing the carbon footprint in the energy-intensive pulp/paper industry
Mr. Nicola Rega, Climate Change & Energy Director, CEPI
Biogas from the Swedish forest industry and its role in the bioeconomy
Ms. Helena Sjögren, Swedish Forest Industries Federation, Sweden
Sponsor presentations from Veolia Biothane and Biokraft
– Scandinavian Biogas
– Veolia Biothane
EffiSludge: a model project for energy savings and sustainability in the pulp and paper industry
Dr. Francesco Ometto, Scandinavian Biogas Fuels AB, Sweden
Case Study Norrköping
Prof. Mats Eklund, Biogas Research Centre, Sweden
Speed Dating – Networking
Anaerobic wastewater treatment at Trebsen paper mill for biomethane production and use – a German case
Mr. Simon Detscher, CEO, revis bioenergy GmbH, Germany
Valorization of industrial effluent through the recovery of energy as Biogas & Biomethane and recovery of water: cases applied for the Pulp and Paper industry
Mr. Erik Draber, Veolia Biothane, Netherlands
Group work on important topics for Industrial Wastewater Management with focus on pulp and paper residues
Dinner and Discussion
Knäppingen – Spiseri & Bryggeri : a microbrewery in the heart of Norrkoping located in a 200 year old building!
During the evening we will have the opportunity to discover the magic art of beer and taste delicious food.
Wednesday, November 7th, 2018
Major reactor development for anaerobic treatment in the pulp and paper industry
Mr. Leo Habets, Paques, Netherlands
Sustainable challenges for large Pulp and Paper Mills
Mr. Amund Saxrud, Norske Skog Skogn, Norway
Primary Paper Sludge Hydrolysis by Live Cellulolytic Microorganisms for Economically Feasible Biogas Production
Dr. Murat Balaban, Episome Biotechnologies, Turkey
Sustainability and innovation at Södra: the Durapulp for LIFE project
Ms. Julia Klein, Södra, Sweden
Fiskeby Plant Introduction
Mr. Magnus Johanson, Fiskeby, Sweden
Bus to Fiskeby plant and site visit
Bus from Fiskeby