Our BIOGAS-GW High Solids Anaerobic Digestion System can process 48,000 metric tons of methane-rich biogas fuel that will be either cogenerated into electricity to be placed on the grid or it will be compressed into transportation biofuel for CNG market annually from organic feedstocks.

Anaerobic digestion is the process by which naturally-occurring microorganisms break down organic waste material (e.g., food, grease and yard waste) to produce methane and carbon dioxide rich "biogas" which can be used in place of natural gas in the production of electricity, as a transportation fuel alternative and as a nutrient-rich soil amendment for commercial and residential agricultural and horticultural applications. Anaerobic digestion is one of Europe’s preferred energy production methods; since it limits the need for fossil fuels and makes use of naturally occurring waste as its feedstock, ultimately divering organic waste material from landfills.

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Biogas Plants – A Key Role to Play in Renewable Energy

Controlled anaerobic digestion of organic materials can be harnessed to generate biogas. Biogas is an eco-friendly alternative to fossil fuels. It can, for example, be used to fuel a combined heat and power (CHP) plant. A further possibility is to upgrade biogas to natural-gas quality that can be fed into the pipeline system or compressed and used to fuel vehicles.

Advantages of Biogas

  • Multiple end-products: Gas, Vehicle Fuel, raw materials for subsequent processes, electricity, heat, easy to store energy.
  • Energy Independence
  • Local Deployment
  • Regional Value Creation
  • Closed loop Energy and Nutrient Cycles