Compost for energetic use
Compost for energy recovery is a fermented mixture of BDW, made according to company standards, in accordance with Decree No. 5 / 2007 Coll. consisting of the BRO (see catalog biowaste Decree No. 341/2008 Coll.)
The company standards provides standard production process, the range of inputs, the maximum values of controlled substances, quality attributes and recommended ways of use.
Fuel is intended for combustion in boilers for solid fuels. It is suitable for biomass boiler systems, but also for coal-fired boilers. Fuel can be used in the grate boilers, but very good results are achieved by burning in boilers with fluidized bed. Incineration may be carried out individually or in combination with fossil fuels. Produced fuel usually comes in bulk form. Compost for energy recovery has crumby, lumpy and fibrous structure; the color is brown to dark brown. In the mixture the input components of biomass are obvious - parts of plants, bark, branches, etc. The maximum length of the individual pieces of the biomass is 50 x 50 x 50 mm, very thin twigs may be up to 100 mm length, occasionally up to 200 mm.
Compost for agrotechnical use
Mulch-compost is produced by a process of controlled aerobic composting (thermophilic fermentation). It is a mixture of agricultural and forester biomass with compostable waste. Its structure is fibrous even crumby with noticeable undegraded pieces of biomass (straw, wood chips, bark). Its color is brown or brown-grey, at the production humidity it is loose it smells like mushrooms or humid forest. Certification of the product was done by CZ BIOM, Biomass Association Prague.