AGO Bioenergy has closed an exclusive partnership with the Upper Bavarian company Wackerbauer Maschinenbau for Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
This cooperation extends AGO Bioenergy’s portfolio to include organic waste treatments.
Managing director of AGO Bioenergy Thorsten Winkler said: “With more than 65 installations globally, Wackerbauer is one of the market leaders in terms of the biowaste processing.
“Besides the longtime experience, the low operation costs of the hammer mill convinced us. By entering this cooperation we are able to offer our clients and partners the complete design from the pre-treatment of organic waste all the way to the digestate treatment”.
Managing director of Wackerbauer Maschinenbau Claudia Wackerbauer said: “We are sure to be able to expand our export activities together with AGO Bioenergy. We are looking forward to working on new projects so that an optimally digestible substrate can be extracted in the Southern hemisphere, too. True to the motto, ‘The best from the leftovers’.
“Our separating mill is one of the most innovative products in the field of biowaste processing”.
By entering this cooperation, AGO Bioenergy fulfils the requirements and wishes of its partners and customers for an effective solution for the processing of biowaste.