WTT Launches Mobile dryAD

April 9, 2024

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Closing the Loop with WTT’s Decentralized Mobile dryAD Solution

In a groundbreaking development, WTT has unveiled their Transportable Biogas Plant (TBP), which will revolutionize sustainability and energy production in remote locations and temporary settings. India will be the first to pilot this innovative system, with eight 40-feet shipping containers equipped with an entire dryAD plant, scheduled for delivery in the upcoming weeks.

The Transportable Biogas Plant serves as more than just a demonstration of cutting-edge technology but is positioned as an instrument to showcase the system to municipalities, cities, governmental organizations, banks, and investors. During this time, the gas potential and the possibilities can be measured so that a plan can be made for a full-size plant, while the TBP can be dismantled and relocated to another facility to repeat this cycle, embodying the very essence of our mission – closing the loop! Each relocation is not just a physical transfer but a continuation of a journey toward a brighter, more sustainable tomorrow.

Check out drone footage of the technology below:

Turn-Key Ceremony with a Twist

On March 28, WTT hosted a revealing ceremony for their partners in India, unveiling the Transportable Biogas Plant destined for shipment in the next few weeks. Friends and family gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony, where a wrench was presented signifying a turn-key delivery. Instead of a key typically exchanged during building handovers, the wrench was chosen since it will often be taken apart and put back together.

WTT Operations Director, Tjeerd van den Berg, and Vrinda Thakur lead the ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil the Transportable Biogas Plant.)

WTT Operations Director, Tjeerd van den Berg, and Vrinda Thakur lead the ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil the Transportable Biogas Plant.)

Symbol of Partnership: WTT Ops Director, Tjeerd van den Berg, presents Kedar Vaze with a wrench, signaling the start of a sustainable partnership.)

Symbol of Partnership: WTT Ops Director, Tjeerd van den Berg, presents Kedar Vaze with a wrench, signaling the start of a sustainable partnership.)

Official Handover: Engraved with 'Official Handover Transportable Biogas Plant,' the wrench symbolizes the milestone moment in sustainable collaboration.)

Official Handover: Engraved with ‘Official Handover Transportable Biogas Plant,’ the wrench symbolizes the milestone moment in sustainable collaboration.)

Alexander Horvath, Managing Director and Tjeerd van den Berg, Operations Director for WTT were featured in the De Twentsche Courant Tubantia. While the article detailing this exciting venture is in Dutch, it can be accessed through the provided link – Twente Technology on Tour Along Landfill Sites in India: Biogas from Waste.

In an industry where innovation is the cornerstone of progress, WTT continues to redefine norms and break new ground. As the TBP prepares to travel to India, it symbolizes not just a physical structure, but a testament to the spirit of collaboration and ingenuity driving Convertus to a greener more sustainable future.

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