Interview with Sales Manager BTA International GmbH Stephan Schulte on MBA Anlage Northern Malta at the Biogas Convention Hannover - published by Biogas Channel
Turning Organic Trash Into Energy Treasure - published by Bloomberg TV Canada
New Partnership for Waste Treatment in France
New waste treatment and biogas plant in operation
Completion of BTA Anaerobic Digestion Plant with flexible substrate mix and intelligent biogas valorization concept in Zell am See
The BTA® Process is Selected as the Technology Platform for a Public-Private Partnership Project in the Province of Quebec, Canada
B.E.V. Consortium awarded €49 million contract to build and operate the new Mechanical Biological Waste Treatment Plant in Malta
The B.E.V. Consortium is formed by BTA International GmbH, EFACEC Engenharia e Sistemas S.A. and Vassallo Builders Ltd. EFACEC, a highly reputed Portuguese company with several years of experience in MBT Plants as well as landfill gas valorization facilities, will act as the Consortium Leader. The hydromechanical pre-treatment and the anaerobic digestion step will be designed according to the...
BTA International GmbH has been appointed by Interserve as one of the key technology providers for the design, construction and commissioning of the Glasgow Recycling and Renewable Energy Centre (GRREC). Interserve, a large provider of support services and construction, operating in the public and private sectors in the UK and internationally, will act as Construction Subcontractor (CSC) for...
One of the most modern anaerobic digestion plants in Austria is being erected in Zell am See at 800m altitude, at the edge of the national park Obertauern, in Zell am See. Together with the Austrian company Machowetz & Partner Baumanagement GmbH we will design and build for the company Biogas ZEMKA GmbH a biogas plant for the energetic valorization of biogenic residues. The goal is the...
Almost 10 years after the start-up of the Toronto Dufferin Organics Processing Facility – DOPF, the City of Toronto decided to built at the Disco Road Waste Management Facility a new State of the Art Green Bin Processing Facility – this time with a capacity of 75.000 ton/year.