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How Biomass Feedstock Storage Can Be a Shocking Waste of Space

Biomass feedstock storage is a new subject which is rising rapidly in prominence following the recent expansion in anaerobic digestion plants. Current low-cost designs can easily be a shocking waste of space. This fact is becoming clear now that there are now many plants in operation which their operators would like to improve, and by doing so […]

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Biogas Plant Substrate Mixing During Fermentation Creates a Stir with AD Plant Operators

The importance of “creating a stir” in the fermentation tanks of fully mixed bio-reactors for better biogas yields, and improved process stability, is becoming better understood by many AD plant clients around the globe, as more Anaerobic Digestion Plants are being built and the biogas industry matures. A scan of world news on this subject revealed that […]

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BioWayste`s £2m High Rate Anaerobic Digestion Plant to Treat Brocklesby Ltd Effluent Streams

BioWayste (UK AD & Biogas stand E101) and Brocklesby Ltd of North Cave near Hull, are delighted to announce the signing of a Build Own and Operate contract for 6 years to provide green electricity and heat from BioWayste’s £2M high rate anaerobic digestion process technology. In a landmark move, Brocklesby Ltd. have chosen BioWayste […]

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Rural School is Powered by Methane Bio-Gas in South Africa’s Eastern Cape

Rural School is Powered by Methane Bio-Gas in South Africa’s Eastern Cape– anaerobic-digestion-news.blogspot.com A small school in the countryside has built an anaerobic digestion plant, and is turning its food waste into energy, This school is located in the rolling hills of South Africa’s Eastern Cape province, and implementing highly sustainable solutions for its agricultural and human waste, […]

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