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An Introduction to Anaerobic Digestion Feasibility Studies

So You Want to Build an AD Plant?

So You Want to Build an AD PlanteBook: UK Version 1.2, January 2006

Anaerobic Digestion Feasibility Studies Explained

This was our first product, but despite it being older than most ebooks you will see offered on the web, it still remains current, and is great value for such specialized information.

It remains as a unique starting point for anyone who wants to understand what will need to be done in order to assess the feasibility of their biogas project.

The information packed contents include sections on the following:

  • ESTABLISHING THE FEASIBILITY OF AN ANAEROBIC DIGESTION PLANT
  • HOW TO DEFINE YOUR MATERIALS SOURCES
  • WHERE DO I START TO FIND OUT WHETHER OPPORTUNITIES EXIST IN MY COMPANY AND AREA?
  • WHAT ARE THE RISKS?
  • MORE BUSINESS RISK CONSIDERATIONS
  • Gate fees
  • Type of waste
  • Heavy metals contamination
  • Other contaminants
  • Need for water supply
  • Quantity of waste
  • Length of contract
  • Review of options
  • OTHER BUSINESS CONSIDERATIONS
  • Optimise the mix of waste
  • Capital plant costs
  • Balancing capacity
  • Architectural factors and public involvement
  • Site and land costs
  • Direct operating costs
  • Income from digestion products
  • Landfill tax
  • Non-fossil fuel obligation and Carbon Dioxide emissions reduction
  • Residue disposal
  • SUMMARY OF FACTORS AFFECTING COSTS AND ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY

This is an essential read for all those taking their first steps to plan an Anaerobic Digestion facility. Read this and make sure that you avoid the BIG mistake that many new to projects like this make when starting their Anaerobic Digestion Feasibility Studies.

It will be updated soon, however, when we do update it we will have to raise the price to cover our investment. Get it now if you want to avoid the price rise!

Author: Steve Last. (11 pages)

Price: £4.95 inclusive.  (Acrobat-logo-thumb Acrobat file download)  Buy Now Button: Click here to buy.

2 Responses to An Introduction to Anaerobic Digestion Feasibility Studies

  1. Read More December 10, 2013 at 2:04 am #

    Well-written all round. Thanks, we want more! Added to FeedBurner as well.

  2. Learn More Here December 10, 2013 at 6:36 pm #

    An interesting dialogue on this and it is worth a comment. I think that it’s best to write more on this topic, it will assist the biogas users. Thanks!

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