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Asian Agri GroupCommits to Reduce GHG Effect17 July 2017 , 06:58 WIB | Read : 156 | By : Administrator
InfoSAWIT, JAKARTA –Asian Agri Grou has built 5 biogas powerplants of the targets, 20 units by 2020. This proves, Asian Agri commits to reduce green house gas (GHG) in its operation.
April 2015 was the important journey for Asian Agri Group because Biogas Power plants was officially operating in commerce. It is in Village of LubukBernai, Sub district of BatangAsam, District of Tanjab Barat, Jambi Province.
Within about 1,4 Megawatt (MW) it operates in its one subsidiary, PT DasaAnugerahSejati by advantaging palm oil mill effluent (POME) as the source of power.
Palm oil factory (POF) Manager Taman Raja, PT DasaAnugerahSejati, Helsin A Sinuraya said, the biogas power plants lies in a 0,5 hectare area within 420 m3 POME per day.
The POF Taman Raja having 60 tons of FFB per hour in every single day could produce 600 m3 POME per day. “The liquid waste process from Biogas Power plant is used to Land Application or liquid fertilizer in palm oil areas,” he said.
Helsin also said, the un-maximal capacity of the Biogas Power plants happens for the needs of electricity fr the palm oil, palm kernel crushing and the housing for the workers which is from the Biogas Power plants, reaching about 0,9 MW. “If we produce as same as the biogas powerplant (capacity), there will be excess power,” Helsin said. (T2)
For more detail, please read InfoSAWIT May 2017