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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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What is Thermal Hydrolysis?

So you want to know, what is the thermal hydrolysis process? Thermal Hydrolysis is a chemical process in which the organic molecules (in the substrate/ feed material) are split into two parts by the addition of a molecule of water. The process forces the water molecules between the chemical bonds holding together large tissue molecules […]

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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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Biogas GCSE

Did you know that biogas GSCE content is being taught in UK schools?  The rapid assimilation of the concept of biogas as a resource, and in particular the ability of methane to provide renewable fuel, is evidenced by the fact that the United Kingdom GCSE Course in Biology (B3) includes information on biogas and the anaerobic […]

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Pipeline Quality Gas from Anaerobic Digestion Goes Ahead in Québec

The acceptance of biogas upgrading to natural gas pipeline quality is rising, although in many locations the natural gas network owners remain sceptical about the consistency of the gas quality acheivable from current upgrading technology. As the article excerpt below shows, Québec’s municipal wastewater sludge Anaerobic Digestion Plant will be another producer of pipeline quality […]

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