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Schmack Biogas Plant Isle of Wight

Wight Farm Energy and Schmack Combine International Expertise With Local Knowledge for First IoW Biogas Plant

We found the following points made in the Press Release reproduced here, to be of particular interest: The most formidable challenge that had to be overcome during the construction period was the long-delayed decision of the DECC (Department Of Energy and Climate Change) over the RHI (Renewable Heat Initiative) for AD and Gas to Grid injection. […]

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Fibrous Biogas Digestate Enhancement and Treatment Techniques

The following article is an explanation of the options for Anaerobic Digestion Plant Digestate 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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Sweden’s Lead in Biomethane Production Continues With Major New Schmack Carbotech Plant

Schmack Carbotech Stockholm: Sweden’s role in bioenergy production, with the world’s largest installed biogas upgrading capacity, is set to further pull-ahead of other nations with the announcement that Schmack Carbotech has been signed-up as the design and build contractor for a 2000 Nm³/h biogas processing facility to be located to the south of Stockholm. Schmack Carbotech’s innovative Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) technology […]

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Solid and Liquid Digestate from Anaerobic Digestion – Uses and Odor Prevention

Introduction Household waste is inherently putrescible (compostible), and provides a natural material for decomposition by methane bacteria. It will ferment naturally, in a landfill, which even when lined and capped is at comparatively little cost. But, landfills do bring with them considerable environmental and safety hazards. They require extensive gas abstraction and leachate control systems […]

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