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 […]
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 anaerobic digestion story continues to become bigger as new sources of biomass feedstock are identified and the biogas technology used improves
The hydrolysis of sewage sludge and the subsequent anaerobic digestion of the hydrolysed sludge output is becoming increasingly common at many sewage works. We think we are justified to call it a winning combination, and we even back up this assertion by providing information on a new contract win for the technology by Veolia, in […]
Have you ever considered doing an Anaerobic Digestion Feasibility Study? If you are wondering about whether or not to build your own biogas plant, sooner or later most people consider embarking on an Anaerobic Digestion Feasibility Study. You can do these yourself, but generally, it is better to bring in a biogas expert to work […]
Today we are talking about biogas incentives and whether or not current policies on biogas incentives are right. Specifically, we’re going to be focused on anaerobic digestion and what we think the policymakers could or should do to maximize its potential to increase investment in the sector. Biogas is a very interesting product that is […]