From 15 – 18 November 2022, the EuroTier in Hanover will finally open its doors again and we will be there as an exhibitor. You will find us in Hall 25 at Booth No. A19.
As the world’s leading trade fair for the livestock industry, leading companies have been presenting their products and innovations for over 30 years. In 18 exhibition halls, 160,000 visitors from 142 countries will find everything on the subject of animal husbandry.
Visit us and find out from our experts about our various fermenter systems with the latest technology as well as the possibility of efficient heat storage in the LIPP buffer tank.
We will be happy to provide you with free admission tickets if you are interested in attending the trade fair.
The following link leads directly to all trade fair information:
A 3-day safety training was conducted face-to-face at 2 plant locations in South Cotabato, Philippines (Surallah and Polomolok). These 2 biogas plants were built by LIPP GmbH and in order to ensure a smooth operation of the plant, this safety training was initiated. The training was held by Mr. Michael Köttner, an experienced biogas safety trainer.
Day 1 of the training was focussed on safety basics in group work while day 2 and 3 were conducted at the biogas plants, allowing participants to experience a practical training. Among the participants were employees of the local factory Dole International who runs the plant, technicians and operators at the two biogas plants, representatives from the Department of Energy and Mapua University.
The focus of the training was on local safety issues in the field of biogas plants like also the lack of safety protection and education/demonstration in according to Germany Biogas Safety Regulation. 55 participants joined the training and received a certificate.
Everyone had an interesting and informative time during the following video was made:
This three-year develoPPP project is 50% co-financed by the German Investment Corporation (Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft – DEG) through public funds of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
IFAT in Munich is the world’s leading trade fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management and is finally taking place again this year. You will find us as an exhibitor in hall A4 at stand no. 309 and our drinking water team in hall B2 at the joint stand no. 227/326 of the German Water Partnership.
As the international meeting place for the industry, IFAT offers solutions to the challenges of the future. Find out more about energy generation from secondary raw materials or about our drinking water tanks and the use of our patented material VERINOX® in the double seam system.
Visit us at the trade fair and take a look at our products in advance under the following LINK.
If you are interested in the trade fair, please contact us for free admission tickets.
A comprehensive protection and hygiene concept has been developed by Messe München.
Lipp will be exhibiting at the WORLD FUTURE ENERGY SUMMIT in Abu Dhabi from 17-19 January 2022. You can find us at the German Pavillion, Stand No. 7122.
As the world’s leading business event for renewable energies and visions of energy technology, it opens up opportunities to make contact with the industry. Every year, 34,000 international visitors and buyers from 125 countries attend the show to network. Meet 840 global suppliers at the WFES to unlock new business opportunities.
The currently valid regulations of the country’s Corona Protection Ordinance apply.
LIPP GmbH appears with two reports in the english edition of the Biogas Journal.It is reported from the LIPP facilities in South Korea and the Philippines.Follow the links to read the interesting reports.
The New Zealand magazine “Plumber Magazine” reports on a LIPP project.Compared to Germany, the biogas industry in New Zealand is still developing.Therefore, the LIPP projects can be shown as a model for the future of biogas.
On the island Mindanao, the second-largest island in the Philippines (after Luzon), located in the southern region of the archipelago, laying the largest pineapple cannery facility in Philippines, named Dole Philippines Inc. The company operates on two locations, Surallah and Polomolok, and is processing fruit juices and canned fruits from pineapples. These two factories are producing 800.000 t pineapple waste per year.
By improving the waste management system, Dole Phillippines Inc. recognized the potential for biogas production with a capacity of 7.9 MW, and a reduction of about 50,000 t CO2 emissions per year.
This significant information and CO2 compensation played an important role for creating the installation of a industrial biogas plant, total capacity 7.9 MW, divided into two biogas plants, biogas plant Surallah with a capacity of 2,9 MW and biogas plant Polomolok with a capacity of 5 MW. The realization of this project has estimated costs of 1 billion philippines pesos (€16.7 million) and it was co-financed with The Joint Crediting Mechanisms (JCM), the progamm introduced by the Government of Japan.
Lipp was engaged to develop and build two biogas plants embedded in Dole’s Surallah and Polomolok cannery facilities (South Cotabato, Philippines).
Once the biogas power plants are operational, they will utilize 100% of the pineapple waste which is for disposal and will be processed to produce renewable energy as a contribution to reducing greenhouse gases and air pollutant emissions, and lowering electricity cost for Dole factories and usage of environmentally friendly digestate.
In the video on the following link, you can find out more information about converting Pinappe waste into Biogas! Click here.
In partnership with MetPower Venture Partners, LIPP is building the first industrial-scale biogas plants in Mindanao to process Dole Philippines’ pineapple waste and convert in into biogas.
“We see strong potential for biogas production in the Philippines,” said Manuel Lipp, managing director of LIPP GmbH, in a statement. “To support our technology on the ground, we need to train the employees so they can safely operate and maintain the plants in the future,” he added.