Is biogas carbon neutral? Is easy to answer, and the short answer is “Yes”! The really interesting question though is what is the overall carbon footprint? Done well biogas production actually reverses the process leading to climate change. While biogas combustion, like natural gas combustion, creates carbon dioxide (CO2), a greenhouse gas, the carbon in […]
A UK on-farm anaerobic digestion (AD) plant, also known as a biodigester, is simply an airtight sealed and heated container on the farm that breaks down organic waste materials to generate biogas, wastewater, and solid remains. Around the world, these facilities most commonly have the form of covered silos, troughs, or basins and can be […]
Put simply, anaerobic digestion produces renewable energy now and the UK badly needs to use it or else fail to meet their promised UK Net Zero target. That means get on now and waste no more time at implementing government policies to develop more biogas plants. In the Press Release that follows the UK trade […]
Dry anaerobic digestion can be seen as a well-kept secret. It is seldom mentioned in most AD industry circles. Yet it is already an established technique for reducing the organic activity of MSW (Municipal Solid Waste) to make it less of a problem when landfilled. And, it is now poised to push into traditional CSTR […]
Anaerobic digestion is turning not only cow – well you know – dung, into environmentally-friendly energy to heat and power your home, but also tannery (leather making) wastes, and even rejected chocolate.
The accelerating adoption of anaerobic digestion in Ukraine has led to speculation that the country may before long become the new “World’s Biggest Producer” of sustainable biogas and biomethane. Ukraine might export up to eight billion cubic metres of biomethane to Europe each year, thanks to a new law that recognises the country’s enormous potential. […]