List of Useful Websites for Information About Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas
For home constructors:
Completely Free! Drawings, and images to enable a home biogas plant to be constructed are here. Heating included for cold climates.
Another free explanation of how to build a small or home biogas plant, with full construction details, is available at the Tamara SolarVillage website here.
This video provides a demonstration of how to make a micro-sized Arti Biogas Digester:
DIY Anaerobic Digestion Plant Wiki.
TED Digester Design A large page which explains in detail many aspects of DIY fixed dome digester design, with an invitation to those that are planning such projects to contact the experts at TED.
For larger projects:
Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association A trade association set up to promote the adoption of Anaerobic Digestion in the UK, and its members, which is funded by its members. (This organisation replaced the word “biogas” in their name to “bioresources” in the Autumn of 2014.)
WRAP – Anaerobic Digestion Section – Promotes resource efficiency and sustainable waste management, in particular creating stable and efficient markets for recycled materials and products. WRAP is a not-for-profit company funded by the UK government, and is a registered charity.
Environment Agency – UK government agency which administers Environmental Permitting of Biogas Plants, and enforces compliance with all environmental laws.
SEPA – Scottish equivalent of the UK Environment Agency.
DECC – UK Government, Department of Energy and Climate Change.
REA – Renewable Energy Association – Trade association, which represents British renewable energy producers and promotes the use of renewable energy in the UK.
The Wales Centre of Excellence for Anaerobic Digestion – Promoting Anaerobic Digestion in Wales
Expert Anaerobic Digestion Tank Liners – Supply and installation of geomembrane lining systems for anaerobic digestion tanks and lagoons across the UK.
American Biogas Council Trade Association Promoting the Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Industry.
USDA – United States Department of Agriculture, Energy Section.
EPA – United States Environmental Protection Agency. Sets and enforces compliance with all US environmental laws.
US Department of Energy – Federal government agency which administers energy policy.
Biogas Association – Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Industry trade association, paid for by its members.
Biogas Association – Links Page.
BiogasMax – “A European project for sustainable development”.
BiogasMax Links Page – European organisations for promoting Anaerobic Digestion in Europe.
The Biofuels Association of Australia – Trade Association.
The Arti Project – Promoting Domestic Biogas in India
Africa Biogas Partnership Programme – A programme that plans to enable the construct of 100,000 biogas plants in Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, and Burkina Faso providing about half a million people access to a sustainable source of energy by the year 2017.