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How Much Biogas? An Example of High Biogas Performance

“How Much Biogas is needed to make Electricity, or Drive a Car from organic waste?” Is a question often asked. We will provide an answer which has been achieved for one high performance AD plant here, so READ ON! What ferments longest, in the most optimised biogas plant makes the most biogas… Watch our video below, […]

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Bio Gas Projects – for Base Camps, and Transport Use

For a change we thought that we would provide a round-up of the various bio gas projects newly reported online this month for bio gas production and its use. This shows that many bio gas projects (elsewhere biogas) are being actively developed world-wide, for many reasons and using divergent technologies to utilise the age-old process of anaerobic […]

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What is a Biogas Reactor and Biogas Slowdown

For those that ask “What is a biogas reactor” the definition we use is as follows: The biogas reactor within a biogas plant (anaerobic digestion plant) is the vessel or vessels in which anaerobic treatment technology produces two main products. These are: (a) a digested slurry (digestate) that can be used as a fertiliser, and […]

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Farm Digesters And Reduction Of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Farm Digesters And The Important Role of Biogas in Reduction Of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Agriculture is the largest source of methane emissions in Britain, adding the equivalent of over 17m tonnes of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere every year. A very large proportion of that methane comes from livestock, especially cattle. Anaerobic Digesters cannot prevent […]

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Biogas Plant Grit Removal System Extracts Digester Grit and Silt from AD Plants

Sponsored Post: Biogas Plant Grit removal was seldom built-into first generation AD Plants. Ever since the first of the current generation of anaerobic digestion plants were commissioned over 15 years ago, a recurrent problem has been the gradual accumulation of inert materials in digester tanks. If it gets into digesters it reduces the reactive volume […]

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US Dairy Farm Anaerobic Digestion – Rare US Vanderhaak Dairy Case Study

By 1945 my Grandpa had started milking about 500 milk cows. Nowadays, plus all our young stock we have about a thousand cattle. The dairy biogas plant processes the manure from those, plus food waste which we are paid a tipping fee for. Traditional Slurry Lagoons Produce an Alarmingly High Methane Output and are a […]

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Renewable Natural Gas Transport – Use of Biogas for Vehicle Fuel

There are many benefits in the use of natural gas transport, even if the natural gas source is fossil fuel based. That’s because of the low-carbon emissions of this fuel and the clean burning characteristics of methane (natural gas). Currently, taxation on this form of fuel is very low, which for the moment is another […]

Biogas Compressor – Purposes, Design and Suppliers

We thought that we would write about biogas compressors, their purposes, design requirements and suppliers. It is a product which is quite new and there is a growing market for these specialized compressors. There is an increasing demand for greater sophistication in the design of biogas plants, now that the many benefits from anaerobic digestion are […]


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