OLGA TAR Removal Info
Tar is the Achilles heel for biomass and waste gasification. Once the tar problem is solved, gasification has an important future for an independent and sustainable energy supply. The Energy research Centre in the Netherlands (ECN) tried almost every available tar removal system after which it was concluded that a new approach was necessary. From this research the OLGA technology was born. OLGA is a patented invention and an acronym for oil-gas scrubber. An oil is used to clean gasification product gas. The scrubbing oil is reused and tars are recycled; energy is kept in the process and a tar waste stream is avoided!

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MILEMA Gasification Info
Renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy independence are hot topics nowadays. An energy source, with a large potential is biomass. Biomass is generally considered as one of the most important renewable energy sources. Biomass is the only renewable carbon source! Another important energy source is waste. Landfilling waste is limited and will be abolished in a lot of regions. Mass incineration of waste is unpopular and has a low energy efficiency. Waste is partly fossil (plastics) and partly biogenic (e.g. wood, paper, leather, cotton). Hence utilising waste is not only solving our waste related problems, it also contributes to our renewable energy mix.

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OLGA vs RME Scrubbing Info
Tar is known as the Achilles heel for biomass and waste gasification. When the tar problem is solved, gasification has an important future for an independent and sustainable energy supply. The Energy research Centre in the Netherlands (ECN) tried almost every available tar removal system after which was concluded that a new approach was necessary1 . Out of this research the OLGA technology was born.

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