Welcome to John Tyler’s Biogas Digester Information!
We are big fans of anaerobic digestion and green energy, and other products produced in the increasing numbers of biogas digesters now working, in which it takes place.
The term “Biogas” refers to gases produced by the anaerobic fermentation of biological materials. Their major constituents are methane and CO2.
Biogas is a clean uncontaminated and cheap source of energy especially useful in off-grid locations. It consists of 55-70 % methane which is inflammable.
Many say that without it being used, there can be no “Zero 2050” carbon emissions achieved for our world.
Watch Our Video below in which John explains how he got into the biogas business:
Our mission with this website is to provide valuable information and training about how to build and operate biogas digesters which use the anaerobic digestion process.
We believe that the benefits of anaerobic digestion and the renewable energy and fertilizer that they produce are large and that the benefits to civilisation from its increased use are huge, so we are doing our bit to increase public awareness of this process.
We hope that you enjoy our site content, and will agree about the benefits of biogas digestion, and perhaps will start your own biogas project, or tell your friends about the advantages of the anaerobic digestion of waste materials.
My Life Story
I’ve always been fascinated by the natural world, and as a young boy, I spent many hours exploring the woods and fields near my family’s farm. I loved to learn about the different plants and animals that lived there, and I was particularly interested in the process of decomposition.
As I grew older, I began to study the science of anaerobic digestion and biogas production. I was fascinated by the idea that simple microorganisms could break down organic material and create a source of clean, renewable energy. I spent many hours researching the subject, reading books and articles and talking to experts in the field.
After college, I decided to put my knowledge to work and started a small farm of my own. I built a small anaerobic digester on my farm to process the manure from my cows and other livestock. I was thrilled to see the results and how it helped my farm and the environment.
I was so excited by the potential of biogas that I decided to share my knowledge with others. I created a website called the “Biogas Digester Blog” where I wrote about my experiences and shared tips and advice for others interested in building their own anaerobic digesters.
The website quickly became popular and many people from around the world started reaching out to me for advice and help. I took my passion and turned it into a successful business where I help farmers and other entrepreneurs to build and maintain their own anaerobic digesters. I am now known as an expert in the field and am often invited to speak at conferences and workshops.
My love for the natural world and the power of anaerobic digestion has led me to live a fulfilling life of helping others and making a positive impact on the environment. I am proud of my work and continue to educate and inspire others through my website.