Biogas facilities, Henriksdals sewage works in Stockholm. C.F. Møller

Biogas facilities, Henriksdals sewage works in Stockholm

The biogas plant is located at Henriksdal Sewage Treatment Plant in Stockholm, where there is a magnificent view of the suburb of Hammarby Sjöstad, which the plant supplies. The plant, which purifies exhaust gas, also called crude gas, consists of a processing building and a gas storage facility. In the processing building, the biogas created in other parts of the plant is cleaned and compressed to a higher pressure.
Facts

Client

Stockholm Vatten

Address

Stockholm, Sweden

Size

750 m² (1st phase: 120 m², 2nd phase: 455 m², 3rd phase: 175 m²)

Year

2001-2005

Engineering

Sweco Bloco

Architect

C.F. Møller Architects (formerly Berg Arkitektkontor, since 2007 a part of C.F. Møller Architects)

The two buildings of the plant are both simple, rectangular volumes with a low roof pitch and a functionalist-inspired, function-oriented design. The simple form is refined with the choice of clinker as facade material; clinker is a hardy but sensuous material which is suitable for use with an industrial building. The blue-black clinker from Höganäs acts as a mirror which harmonises with the light and weather. Other materials include concrete, wood, glass and galvanised steel.

The plant began operations in 2003 and was further extended in 2004.

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