The purpose of the project is to utilise seperated degassed biomass as a substrate for cultivation of mushrooms and hereafter return the substrate for further degassing.
It is expected that the extra degassing will increase the biogas yield. In addition, the fibre part will be further broken-down after it has been used as substrate for mushroom cultivation and this can increase the biogas production further. The seperated liquid from the degassed biomass is going to be tested as fertiliser.
The tests are taking place at the biogas plant at Aarhus University in Foulum.
The project is supported economically by the Central Denmark Region's commercial development program and involve the following partners: Dea Consult, Assentoft Silo, JS Trading , AgroTech and Aarhus University.