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What You Wanted to Know About Anaerobic Decomposition But Never Asked

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 […]

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Sewage Sludge Heavy Metals and Biosolids

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Buying an Anaerobic Digestion Plant

Buying an Anaerobic Digestion plant ( also known as a biogas or digestion plant (biogas digester) is something an increasing number of individuals want to do. With rapid population growth and industrialization, the amount of organic waste society produces has greatly increased and continues to rise apace. Organic waste is produced in many forms such […]

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A Beginners Guide to Biogas Digestate

As a guide to Biogas Digestate, we cannot do better to start with a definition. 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 digestate and biogas. Digestate leaves the digester tank as a mixture of water […]

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Biogas Digesters – An Introduction to the Process Which Makes Biogas

In some countries, Biogas digesters have for a generation typically built underground to shield them from temperature variations, in hot countries, and likewise to avoid unintentional damage. These so-called rural community “biogas plants” provide the required conditions needed to keep the anaerobic bio-organisms inside healthily growing and producing the biogas. Meanwhile, designs ideal for farms […]

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