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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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Bio Thermic Digester (BTD) Gains Acceptance And May Become Major Competitor To Anaerobic Digestion

Bio Thermic Digester (BTD) is the term for an innovative type of industrial-scale biological high temperature-digester which uses Aerobic Extremophilic Bacteria to achieve a remarkably high level of mass reduction, and has been launched by waste treatment specialist Advetec. The technology is understood to be capable of rapidly processing significantly high volumes of organic municipal waste, […]

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Disappointment At UK Government Failure To Re-assess Small to Medium Size Feed-in-Tariff Rates for Small Biogas

The Biogas Feed-in-Tariff is in the news again. The UK’s Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Community has been dealt a blow by the UK Government with its failure to carry out its promised review of the value of the Feed in Tariff (FiT) rating which will soon apply for small to medium sized Anaerobic Digestion Plants. […]

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Biogas engines future proof

Recent News & Developments in Biogas Engines

Clarke Energy has the monopoly in online news releases in this market for the last few months, with biogas engines supplied for sites in the UK, and Kenya, as below: In early 2013 Clarke Energy supplied and commissioned a 3 MW biogas engine at Agri-gen’s Rendlesham anaerobic digestion plant at Bentwater Park, Ipswich. This facility digests energy […]

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Energy from Waste- Watch out for the waste

Energy from Waste Using Advanced Conversion Technologies Including Anaerobic Digestion

 The topic today is the UK Waste Regs. and how important it is when planning a UK energy from waste project, not to “fall and get hurt by” the Waste Hierarchy! Generating energy from waste, including anaerobic digestion – Gov.uk (author unknown) “Overview; Conventional technologies; Advanced conversion technologies; Environmental controls; Obstacles to energy from waste; […]

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