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5 Things You Should Know Before Designing a Biogas Plant

To help our readers to create the best biogas plant design, the list below contains our top 5 things that we think new anaerobic digestion plant developers should know about before designing a biogas Plant: 1. Feed Material Choice So, you have a potential site for a biogas plant, and as in most cases, as […]

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Biogas Plant Substrate Mixing During Fermentation Creates a Stir with AD Plant Operators

Better biogas plant substrate mixing during fermentation is great news for a biogas operator. The importance of “creating a stir” in the fermentation tanks of fully mixed bio-reactors for better biogas yields, and improved process stability, is becoming better understood by many AD plant clients around the globe, as more Anaerobic Digestion Plants are being built and […]

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Cost of Anaerobic Digestion in the UK: WRAP Annual Gate Fees Report Published

It is difficult to obtain UK anaerobic digestion plant operational costs to assess the Cost of Anaerobic Digestion, from any source, so the annual WRAP gate fees report, now published, is eagerly awaited each year by many people in the UK Biogas Industry. This year the wait for the gate fee cost of anaerobic digestion was […]

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The 5 Most Critical Factors in the Design of Every Biogas Plant – Xergi Biogas

In this article Xergi Biogas identifies the 5 most critical factors in the design of every Biogas Plant The highly experienced and well-respected Danish and UK based Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Plant design and build contractor Xergi, has provided useful information on their website about achieving the efficient design of every AD Plant. The guidance is […]

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

Bio Thermic Digester (BTD) is 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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Weltec Biopower Awarded 1.1 MW Piddlehinton AD Plant Extension

WELTEC BIOPOWER Has announced that it has received an order for the 1.1 MW extension of a food waste anaerobic digestion plant in Dorset, South West England. The existing award-winning AD plant processes food waste to energy, and as their Press Release is well written and contains a lot of information which is of general […]

EPA and USDA Boost For Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas As Major Renewable Energy Source

Support for the implementation of anaerobic digestion from governments is the most important driver for uptake for AD and biogas technology worldwide. Time and again around the world it can be seen that technical experts can win the case for the viability of innovative technologies in utility service provision, and businesses may offer great new technologies which clearly […]

Improving Biogas Plant Efficiency – Why Ferrous Chloride Not Ferric Chloride is Best

When seeking to improve biogas plant efficiency understanding why Ferrous Chloride Not Ferric Chloride is Best an be important. At the start of my recent enquiry, the expert from Lukeneder helped by explaining the differences between Ferrous Choride and Ferric Chloride. I think that my reaction of confusion, as I looked at the Lukeneder brochure just before that, […]

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How to Reduce Methane Emissions? – By Our Support of Agricultural Biogas Says Obama

In a very welcome move, the White House is backing farm biogas production from manure and other feedstocks, as a way to reduce national methane emissions which are implicated as a significant source of climate change. The US dairy industry not only came to the same conclusion in 2009, but has been working toward its […]

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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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