Anaerobic digestion uses micro-organisms to break down organic materials – such as farm manure – in an air-tight, oxygen-free tank (called a digester). The hungry micro-organisms munch on the organic matter, and as they digest it, they produce methane and
Biogas and How to Make a DIY Anaerobic Digester (Video)
Biogas and How to Make a DIY Anaerobic Digester (Video) - " Biogas and anaerobic digestion made number one in HowStuffWorks' list of wacky alternative energy, and poop-to-energy biogas projects have proven popular on Discovery News too.
Building an Anaerobic Digester (From Kenya) ~ Biogas Plant (Anaerobic Digester)…
7 Biogas Additives for Improving Digester Biology in Anaerobic Digestion... products which are available for operating biogas plants to be used for stabilising and improving digester biology, and compensating for deficits in trace elements.
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Anaerobic Digestion Turns Dung Into Renewable Energy
Anaerobic digestion is turning cow – well you know – dung – into environmentally-friendly energy to heat and power your home. Actually, anaerobic digestion is turning your dung into renewable power too. #renewablehomeenergy
The importance of “creating a stir” in the fermentation tanks of fully mixed bio-reactors for better biogas yields, and improved process stability, is becoming better understood by many AD plant clients around the globe, as more Anaerobic Digestion Plants are being built and the biogas industry matures. A scan of world news on this subject revealed that …
HOW TO: Turn your food waste into clean energy
With the basics of anaerobic digestion, as well as the processes behind the original HomeBiogas, established, it’s time to move onto the performance and stats of the newest biogas from HomeBiogas — the aptly named HomeBiogas 2.0. HomeBiogas 2.0 offers an edge over its predecessor by providing the following advantages.