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Latest single-home anaerobic digestion unit off the shelf, turns food waste into biogas (cooking gas) and fertilizer, for under $900.
The anaerobic digestion of kitchen waste (also known as food waste anaerobic digestion) has become of great interest in recent years due to the high organic removal rates and positive net energy balance which can be achieved in well designed and competently operated anaerobic digestion plants. Anaerobic digestion is recognised by the UK government, Defra, the […]
The use of small scale biogas plants for home cooking fuel is gaining more followers in the developed nations all the time. These small Anaerobic Digestion Plants (or “biogas digesters”) are great for home cooking using the waste food (table scraps) every day from a young family can fuel a gas ring to heat up […]
A home biogas storage bag (balloon) is used to store and transport the surplus biogas produced from home biogas digesters. Home Biogas Storage bag balloons are relatively small in volume (for example Shenzhen Puxin Technology Co, Ltd offer their smallest biogas storage bag as a 1 cubic metre unit) They are nowhere near as large […]
A Feed-In Tariff (FIT) consultation is underway, but the fact is that the UK FIT will end in just 9 months. In truth it is inexplicable why the UK government will not be updating and extending the FIT for electricity produced from biogas production from wastes using the AD process. The problem for anaerobic digestion […]
Small scale anaerobic digestion for supermarkets is a recent idea. But, with many large supermarket operators now either having on-site digesters, or using off-site AD facilities, it makes real sense. Small scale can be taken as the description for all anaerobic digestion plants in sizes ranging from a single dwelling, up to a community digester. […]
A second innovative portable HomeBiogas Plant appears to be achieving the funding needed, and this time it will be a portable anaerobic digestion plant. It is astonishing the extent to which that the public will spend money on crowdfunding websites like IndieGigo, which claim 15 million visits monthly. It was at first understandable that web visitors might buy […]