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

Bio Thermic Digester (BTD)┬áis 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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Digester Mixing Theory And Landia GasMix Review

Achieving Better Biogas Plant Efficiency Through Improved Mixing Manufacturers that offer anaerobic digestion plant mixing systems will tell you that operators that seek better biogas plant efficiency, and have digesters that lack mixing, can generally improve their biogas yield by adding a stirring and mixing system. Not only that, they cite a wide range of […]

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What is TEEP and How to Comply? Was the Question Ruffling Feathers at UK LWARB Event

Anaerobic Digestion plant owners and operators will be keen to understand TEEP for the effects it might have upon feedstock quality and quantity in the future which will be derived from municipal waste sources. There has been a tangible feeling concern developing within the UK’s waste collection and handling industry this last few months. In […]

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UK AD Industry Shocked by Effective Cancellation of RO Subsidy from Anaerobic Digestion

The four excerpts we have included below from recent news releases from the UK AD and renewable energy industry opinion formers, show the level of shock and disbelief at the government’s announcement of forthcoming consultation on new Renewables Obligation (RO) subsidy bands. Also, the latest UK Government RO announcements conflict with rising expectations on AD […]

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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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