Examples[ edit ] Example of Industrial Symbiosis. Waste steam from a waste incinerator right is piped to an ethanol plant left where it is used as in input to their production process. In Kalundborg, Denmark a symbiosis network links a MW coal-fired power plant with the community and other companies.
Since we have developed the worlds first industrial symbiosis with a circular approach to production. The main principle is, that a residue from one company becomes a ressource at another, benefiting both the environment and the economy.
The Symbiosis creates growth in the local area and supports the conpanies CSR and the climate change mitigation. Place your marker on a number or a name, to read more about the companys and streams 1.
The green pipes have become the symbol of the industrial symbiosis and is the most visible sign that the companies in the symbiosis are connected. In time, the steam for the Kalundborg Symbiosis has become a main product and electricity a byproduct.
This development shows that industrial symbioses, over time, can advance new business models. At Novozymes and Novo Nordisk, the steam is used for a variety of purposes, including cleaning, sterilization and distillation.
Power to the grid Novozymes produces biogas from the process water, from the production at both Novozymes and Novo Nordisk, since the process water contains many nutrients.
The biogas Power to the grid Novozymes produces biogas from the process water, from the production at both Novozymes and Novo Nordisk, since the process water contains many nutrients.
The biogas fuels a large engine and generator, which delivers 47, MWh per year.
This is equivalent to the consumption of around 12, Danish households. The excess heat from the large gas engine is utilized locally on-site for heating.
This way the use of fossil fuels for both electricity and heat production is negated. Therefore, the temperature is reduced to about degrees. Some of the warm condensate is also used to preheat fresh water for local steam production, so that the water temperature rises from 10 to 90 degrees.
Thus, steam production requires less energy. District heating District heating is common practice in Denmark. More than 60 percent of Danish households are heated by district heating. This is sent to Kalundborg Utility, who then distributes it to citizens and companies.
In addition to receiving district heating from Kalundborg Utility, Novo Nordisk and Novozymes utilize part of the excess heat that is generated from their own production. The utilization of the excess heat happens locally, on-site, and means that the heat production uses less resources.
Additionally, Gyproc also supplies Kalundborg Utility with heat for district heating. Wastewater Kalundborg Utility is responsible for the final purification of the waste water from the companies in the Kalundborg Symbiosis, but before that, several of the Wastewater Kalundborg Utility is responsible for the final purification of the waste water from the companies in the Kalundborg Symbiosis, but before that, several of the partners have cleaned and treated the waste themselves, so it complies with the legal requirements.
Even though these flows are indicated with the same number, the term covers several different types and qualities of process and wastewater from the companies. Some types of wastewater run in separate pipes, so the purification process can be done optimally and with the lowest possible energy use.
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