RUFIS TAGNE TIEGAM FREGUE, ADRIANA RALUCA WACHTER, IOANA IONEL, TEODOR VINTILA, CALIN JULEAN, SEBASTIAN MOISA, CLAUDIU ION UNGUREANU, ALIN CRISTIAN MIHAIUTI RENEWABLE ENERGY PRODUCTION POTENTIAL BY USING FROM WASTES GENERATED IN A PIGS FARM AND SLAUGHTERHOUSE Biogas produced from wastes is regarded as advanced biofuel and is under current EU regulation, promoting the growth of advanced biofuels. In this study, the authors focused the research on the potential of a pig farm and an adjacent slaughterhouse and meat processing enterprise to produce not only meat, but energy as well, through anaerobic digestion of wastes produced during current activities to produce biogas as energy carrier. One had assessed the potential of a pig’s farm and an adjacent slaughterhouse and meat processing enterprise to produce biogas as energy carrier, using anaerobic digestion of wastes generated in production activity. All experiments were carried out on a performing lab device. The results indicate solid sludge and fats resulted from slaughterhouse are capable to produce high yields of methane, reported to dry organic matter. Although organic wastes resulted from slaughterhouse can generate high quantities of methane by anaerobic digestion, large quantities of organic wastes are generated in the assessed pig’s farm and the potential for energy production is much higher in the case considering as source the pig’s farm than slaughterhouse. Finally, one demonstrated that by combining organic wastes generated in the pig’s farm with the organic wastes resulted from slaughterhouse, or organic wastes generated in the pig’s farm with the biomass produced on 200 hectares of triticale as short rotation crop, one can supply the energy source, necessary to operate an one-megawatt installed power biogas plant.