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Anaerobic digestion and biogas news and developments, plus general informational articles on the subject.

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Septic Tanks: Are they Anaerobic Digesters?

We have been asked the question of whether Septic Tanks are Anaerobic Digesters several times recently. The short answer is yes. They utilize the anaerobic digestion process for the treatment (albeit only partial at a slow rate, and not to watercourse discharge standards) of sewage. They are used from isolated locations where inhabited dwellings are […]

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Covered Anaerobic Lagoon Process and Manure Ponds for Biogas

A simple, low capital cost, anaerobic digestion process using the Covered Anaerobic Lagoon Process The process which we have named as the “Covered Anaerobic Lagoon Process” has been around since the development of geomembrane lining systems for low cost water storage. This method of encapsulating a lagoon to make use of the biogas has been […]

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Amusing image of a potential 4 legged biogas power plants.

What is a Biogas Power Plant?

A Biogas Power Plant is essentially another name which has been coined recently for an anaerobic digestion plant. These are, also known as biogas digesters. As any technology becomes more successful and reaches a wider audience, so does it generate new names and the anaerobic digestion technology sector is no exception. To cover the entire […]

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Biogas Production in China – Agricultural, Domestic and at Community Scale

Biogas production in China from agricultural organic waste is extensively utilised already and has potential to be developed further, to provide additional energy, and this is also highly sustainable energy for the nation. Most speak of Chinese biogas for the Agricultural, Domestic and Community uses. This article is limited to those applications. Introduction Even as […]

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