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.
Here is our transcription of Cody’s great video titled Cody’s Methane Generator Part 1: Putting it Together, and embedded for you to watch, above. Hi, everyone welcome back to Cody’s Lab. Today I’m going to be building a methane digester. I’m going to be starting with this here, which I built for one semester […]
Asking: “Why anaerobic digestion?” is a good question. After all there are other ways to produce renewable energy, and other fertiliser sources many of which can be cheaper in terms of the direct cash to buy them. There are even other ways to dispose of food waste and to prevent farms polluting rivers and streams. […]
Anaerobic Digestion Energy the sustainable renewable energy production process, is on an upward trend. The establishment of anaerobic digestion (AD) systems has accelerated substantially in the past several years. And, one area of growth is for livestock manure stabilisation and the associated energy production. There are thousands of digesters operating at commercial livestock facilities in […]
The Chinese biogas digester has been a major influence in the uptake of anaerobic digestion process globally. In this article we look at the background to Government Policy, the benefits, the Biogas Programme of Activities (PoA), recent experience and comments. Finally, we conclude on what still needs to be done to reduce China’s burgeoning carbon […]
This video shows how to make a simple small Gobar Gas Digester (Cow Dung Biogas Plant) as an experiment. It includes details of the design and construction, but you will need to watch carefully for the design details because they are show in diagram form during the video. This demonstration is by the Pakistan Biogas […]
Here it is: It’s all the facts that you wanted to know, about Anaerobic Decomposition, but maybe never asked. Decomposition Without Air Defined Succinctly The first step is the decomposition (hydrolysis) of plant or animal matter. This step breaks down the organic material to usable-sized molecules such as sugar. The second step is the conversion […]
Eco-friendly green inventions are revolutionizing the way we generate energy, recycle waste and protect the planet. After all, if it weren’t for such green innovation, we wouldn’t have solar panels, wind turbines and hybrid cars. However, not all environmental advancements are as conventional as green roofs and electric cars. Here are 15 inventions that […]
Biogas digesters make biogas, in other words, simple gobar gas plants make raw biomethane. What is biogas? Biogas typically refers to a gas produced by the biological breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen. Organic waste such as dead plant and animal material, animal feces, and kitchen waste can be converted into a […]
In this article, we discuss Sewage Sludge Heavy Metals and Biosolids. This is an increasingly important subject now that many more new sewage sludge-fed biogas digesters are being built around the globe. Sewage sludge is a product of wastewater treatment. It is the solid part of sewage. The danger from sludge, from pathogens, is removed […]
The 5 Steps to solve your home digester problem can be as simple as follows: 1. Investigate the cause of the problem such as blocked pipework, inefficient waste feed preparation and/or mixing. 2. Assuming that you have sufficient feed materials of a suitable quality for biogas production and good digestion, see if the problem can be […]
Biogas digestate is the material left-over after the anaerobic digestion of an organic (carbon based material) feedstock. The anaerobic digestion process produces two primary outputs. These are biogas digestate (digestate) and biogas. Digestate is produced both at the start of the reaction, when inititial breakdown of the complex chemicals in each cell when alive is […]
Biogas digesters are typically built underground to shield them from temperature variations, in hot countries, and likewise to avoid unintentional damage. They not just do the required actions needed to keep the germs delighted and producing the biogas, however designs ideal for farms and neighborhoods have been developed for the developing countries which have the […]
Biogas is generated when bacteria degrade biological material in the absence of oxygen, in a process known as anaerobic digestion. Since biogas is a mixture of methane (also known as marsh gas or natural gas, CH4) and carbon dioxide it is a renewable fuel produced from waste treatment. Anaerobic digestion is basically a simple process […]