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3 Reasons Why UK Biomethane Producers Should Watch Bio-fuel Market Prices Closely

Like it or not, biogas and especially biomethane producers should start to take a keen interest in Bio-fuel Market Prices, and here is our list of 3 reasons why. “UK Biomethane producers and potential “biogas-plant to biomethane upgraders”, should be watching bio-fuel market prices closely.” That’s because many foresee big gains in the prices they will in […]

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Anaerobic Digestion in Scotland Key to New Scottish Energy Strategy

Anaerobic digestion in Scotland can make a key contribution to meeting the goals set out in the Scottish Energy Strategy, according to the UK’s trade body for anaerobic digestion (AD). Charlotte Morton, Chief Executive of the Anaerobic Digestion and; Bioresources Association (ADBA), said today: “The Scottish Government has set itself ambitious but necessary targets for generating renewable energy in its […]

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Anaerobic Digestion in California

Anaerobic Digestion in California

CalRecycle is in effect encouraging Anaerobic Digestion in California with the development of green technologies, of which the most important is anaerobic digestion. The state body is encouraging technologies like AD that divert organic waste from landfills, and comply with the states’ Global Warming Solutions Act. The act calls for the reduction of greenhouse gases […]

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Hydrophilic Jointed “Sealwall” Tanks Better Than Other Precast-Concrete or Steel, Say Whites Concrete

Whites recommend use of their Liquid Holding Tanks, and in particular their “Sealwall” Tanks as being better than steel, and even better than other jointing methods. After intensive in-house development, they point out that their Sealwall precast wall unit system is a robust, precast solution for storing water, with all the benefits of a highly efficient […]

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Weltec Biopower Extends Existing AD Plant in France After 2016 French Feed-in Tariff Extension

Weltec Biopower has once again announced that it is extending one of their previously constructed biogas plants, at an Anaerobic Digestion Plant in France (Iffendic). This follows our previous article when, in September 2014, we wrote here in this blog, that biogas plant designer and construction contractor Weltec Biopower, had been awarded the 1.1 MW Piddlehinton […]

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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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