Waste to Energy: The Herhof Stabilat® Method

15Jan12

The Herhof Waste to Energy plant from Germany.

I hope this German investment will push through. The technology they apply for “waste to energy” is breathtaking. Last year, two Davao councilors went to Germany to personally witness the technology in action. Last December, the city council has approved the construction of the facility. Yet. the LGU won’t spend a single centavo for this project but on the other hand, the city will earn a hefty revenue out of this. Go Herhof!

The Herhof Stabilat® Process enables the use of separation technologies which could not be applied directly to wet waste. The key advantage is the simple and effective separation of the waste into valuable components and fuel. The fuel of Stabilat® is free of harmful contamination. It has a high calorific value similar to that of lignite and can be used as fuel in a number of industries. Waste disposal will become a thing of the past.

Take a look at our film about the Herhof Stabilat® Method.

Herhof Official Website



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