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Anaerobic Digestion

Anaerobic Digestion Germany – Biogas Industry Sells Its Leading AD Technology Abroad

Anaerobic Digestion in Germany is quiet, as far as selling at home goes. Very few new local German AD plants are in development currently (2019). The German Anaerobic Digestion Equipment industry is active, but is mostly making biogas equipment for export. The internal market is flat and likely to remain so for some time. Watch […]

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Anaerobic Digestion General

Anaerobic Digestion Regulations – UK Environmental Protection, Animal By-products, Duty of Care, Health and Safety

Anaerobic Digestion Regulations surprisingly, don’t exist in the UK. At least not all neatly bundled into a single government act or rule book. Instead, AD Plant operators must comply with a range of statutory requirements (“Laws” to you and me). The four which must be tackled once Planning Permission has been obtained are as follows: […]

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Biogas

What are Biogas Plants? – Biogas Plant Information – Explained with Examples

So What are Biogas Plants? Here’s a compilation of Biogas Plant Information for all those new to the anaerobic digestion process, and need to know exactly what a biogas plant is! Here are some definitions we found: and that’s a first fact in answer to “What are Biogas Plants” for those seeking theĀ  meaning of […]

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Biogas

Gobar Gas the Benefits of Gas from Dung

Gobar gas is also known as “Bio gas” or simply “biogas”. Its main component isĀ animal dung (gobar – India) along with some other organic matter like dead remains of plants and animals. It can be used to cooking, electricity generating and heating purposes. It is proving to be a very cost-effective and environment-friendly alternative fuel […]

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Anaerobic Digestion

ROCs Explained and Why 2017 Closure Shocked the UK AD Industry

ROCs Explained! In this article we explain ROCs (Renewables Obligation Certificates). And, why the 2017 closure of the scheme to new generator capacity and businesses for Anaerobic Digestion was a big shock to the UK AD industry at the time. To many people it still seems like a mistake and a missed opportunity for UK […]

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Biofuels General

Advanced Conversion Technologies to Extract Energy from Waste – AD Rivals?

Advanced Conversion Technologies is the term for technologies such as gasification and pyrolysis. These could become competitors with Anaerobic Digestion. In fact, a number of innovative advanced, high temperature processes for Energy from Waste/ Waste to Energy, are beginning to emerge from the far east. These may become more efficient (after further development), than conventional […]

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