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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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4 Biogas Digester Facts Everyone Can Benefit From

The term “biogas digester” can describe any anaerobic digestion process. It is most associated historically with the brick built types of buried fixed Dome Biogas Digester. This type of biogas digester is very common in many developing nations, but new types of plants, can be much better. So, here are four Biogas Digester facts you […]

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Biogas Plant Construction and Working Stages

The secret to understanding the most common biogas plant construction and working stages, is explained here for he most common AD plant type. By far the most common biogas plants are those based upon one single anaerobic digestion tank, and they are often known as “Continuous Stirred Tank Reactors” (CSTRS). They are often called single […]

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