The German power company Eon is investing 2.5 billion in a kretsloppsanläggning at Högbytorp in Upplands-Bro municipality in the northwest of Stockholm, said the company in a press release.
There will be a biogas plant, which should be in operation 2018, and a co-generation plant, which should be ready to use in 2019. At the same time, when the three existing heating plants in Kungsängen and Bro out of the operation.
in Addition to Eon’s district heating network in Upplands-Bro and Järfälla municipalities are linked together.
"The material that’s not yet possible to reuse or recycle becomes biogas, electricity and heat. The production of biogas generates, in turn, a bio-fertilizer for agriculture at the same time as the ashes from the combustion go back to recycling," writes Stefan Håkansson, the acting manager for sweden at Eon, in a comment.