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The Greatest Advantages of Biogas

The advantages of biogas are many. Among the greatest advantages are that the renewable energy produced, substitutes fossil fuels and thus reduces the emissions of greenhouse gases. Plus, it does it at a cost much lower than by most other techniques. In addition to the multiple renewable energy advantages of biogas are the soil fertilizer and […]

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Biofertilizer Resource List – It’s a Must-Have!

Biofertilizer (or in the UK Biofertiliser) will become a major source for plant fertility in agriculture in the future*. That’s why we have compiled this resource page, defining biofertilizer and listing topics of importance re: biofertilizer and diBiofertiliser (the name for “digestate biofertilizer”). A major benefit of biofertilizers comes from the presence of  “plant-growth promoting rhizobacteria” (PGPR) […]

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Biomethane Production – Processed Biogas (Digester Methane) Explained

Biomethane production is the term given to producing “processed digester methane”, in other words the processed biogas from an anaerobic digestion plant. Chemically, it is very close to natural gas but unlike the latter, biomethane is produced from organic waste material in biogas plants. Also known as green gas, biomethane production is designed to produce energy […]

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How is Biogas Produced? and Related Questions Answered

We found that a lot of people online would like to know, “How is Biogas Produced”. That’s not a bad question, after all, it does seem slightly incredible that something like your old food waste could produce electricity! That’s why we wrote this article. We hope we answered your question here, but if not there […]

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Biogas Plant Construction and Working Stages

The secret to understanding the most common biogas plant construction and working stages, is By far the most common biogas plants are based upon one single anaerobic digestion tank, and they are often known as “Continuous Stirred Tank Reactors” (CSTRS). They are often called single stage biogas plants, which can be confusing, because to the […]

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Biogas Electric Generator Suppliers List US

The following Biogas Electric Generator Suppliers List US, shows United States generator set suppliers which provide electric power generators to produce electricity from biogas made using the anaerobic digestion process. Each of these manufacturers and/ or distributors of engines is listed in the “AgSTAR Vendor Directory for Manure Digester Systems”, and has completed that directory as […]

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