The equipment used in anaerobic digestion and biogas plants, including its design, installation, maintenance and operation. This includes innovative new developments in biogas equipment, pumps and gas engines. Dosing equipment and biomethane upgrading technologies are also included in this category.
Pig farm anaerobic digestion and including in this swine, and hog farms have just as much potential as Dairy Farms for anaerobic digestion to make biogas as an additional source of income. At the same time, their biogas plants can provide for a much more environmentally beneficial means of disposing of the farm waste, and […]
Two anaerobic digester mixer systems recently supplied by Landia are helping Yorkshire Water to progress with carbon emissions savings toward their target of Net-Zero carbon emission across the company by 2030. High levels of biogas yield are also being achieved which indicate that these digesters are being well-mixed. Read more about the use of this […]
Anaerobic Digestion Microbial Fuel Cell Systems – Will these, one day, become the New “Super-Biogas Process”? With many thousands of large commercial anaerobic digestion plants in use throughout the world, and literally hundreds of thousands of small household and community biogas plants providing energy to their owners globally, AD is now a thoroughly proven process. […]
We welcome this news that an innovative US Pig Farm Biogas Plant operator has raised its biogas output while all else remains constant by more than 10% simply by installing more efficient pumps. We have written previously on a number of occasions about these pumps. These days hardly a week goes by without another technology […]
The Biogas Extruder: Until now making biogas from straw and other similar grain crop residues has been considered uneconomic by the AD industry. But, that was before the advent of bio extrusion technology, and specifically the biomass Bioextruder™. The use of any food crops for energy production often attracts public criticism. This is despite the […]
Combined heat and power systems (CHP), are also known as co-generation systems, and they greatly improve the usable energy output from electricity generation systems. When a gas engine or turbine is used to generate electricity without CHP, after the electricity leaving the site, there is also hot “cooling water” that is used to keep the […]
Biogas Tractors and the most efficient use of biogas, on the farm to provide the fuel to power the farm vehicles was simply not previously available.