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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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How to Eliminate CO2 from Biogas?

Biogas can be upgraded to pipeline natural gas quality for use as a renewable natural gas, but as part of the upgrading process it will be necessary to remove the carbon dioxide (CO2) from the biogas. This upgraded gas may also be used for residential heating and as vehicle fuel, so there are many good […]

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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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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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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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