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Fibrous Biogas Digestate Enhancement and Treatment Techniques

The following article is an explanation of the options for Anaerobic Digestion Plant┬áDigestate Enhancement, which were reviewed by Pell Frischmann Consultants when they produced a report for WRAP in the UK, on the subject of Biogas Digestate Enhancement and Treatment Techniques, in 2012. It includes an updated background to the use of digestate in the […]

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How to Eliminate CO2 from Biogas?

Biogas can be upgraded to pipeline natural gas quality for use as a renewable natural gas, but as part of the upgrading process it will be necessary to remove the carbon dioxide (CO2) from the biogas. This upgraded gas may also be used for residential heating and as vehicle fuel, so there are many good […]

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What is Biogas and its Been Hijacked By Big Business

The term ‘biogas’ is commonly used to refer to a gas which has been produced by the biological breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen. The gases methane, hydrogen and carbon monoxide can be combusted or oxidized with oxygen and the resultant energy release allows biogas to be used as a fuel. In […]

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Anaerobic Digestion Basics – 5 Tips to Bring You Up to Speed with Understanding Biogas Plants

Facing up to and overcoming challenges is an essential part of life. A common challenge faced by many is getting to grips in their mind what the Anaerobic Digestion Basics are. Some succeed so swiftly and well that it appears to be easy for them. Some people appear to struggle without achieving significant results. Exactly […]

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What are Biogas Plants – Explained with Examples

A biogas plant is where biogas is produced. Biogas is a gas mixture which is generated when organic compounds are fermented in the absence of air (anaerobic fermentation). This gas mixture is mainly made of carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4). Methane is a combustible gas, which means it can be burned. It can be […]

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