Biogas Storage Articles

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Idex Environnement’s Biogas plant at Amiens

by Clarke Energy  (Jul. 30, 2014)

The Anaerobic Digestion (AD) plant in Amiens is operated by Idex Environment. The biogas is derived from the municipal solid waste (MSW) originating from the local area. Clarke Energy has delivered a full turnkey installation for this site, creating renewable energy. The engines supplied for this project are two JGMC ...

Swedish Biogas Plant Case Study

by Biodome International Ltd  (Jun. 5, 2014)

BIODOME® INTERNATIONAL has success-fully installed a BIODOME® Double Mem-brane Roof onto a GFS Tank for a Swedish Biogas Plant. The waste-to-energy facility was a partner-ship between renewable energy specialist Swedish Biogas International and the City of Flint. The additional digester was added to the existing waste water treatment ...

Building Farm And Food Scrap Digesters

by BioCycle Magazine  (Jun. 1, 2014)

In the past several weeks, we received invitations to two ribbon cuttings for newly installed farm-based digesters — one at a dairy farm in western Massachusetts and another at a swine operation in North Carolina. We also received a press release from the University of California, Davis, about its new food scraps digester on campus. And then ...

Anaerobic digestion foaming in full-scale biogas plants: a survey on causes and solutions

by IWA Publishing  (Feb. 26, 2014)

Anaerobic digestion foaming is a common operation problem in biogas plants with negative impacts on the biogas plants economy and environment. A survey of 16 Danish full-scale biogas plants on foaming problems revealed that most of them had experienced foaming in their processes up to three times per year. Foaming incidents often lasted from one ...

Clarke Energy applauded for its ongoing adaptation to the biogas market

by Clarke Energy  (Jan. 29, 2014)

French magazine Energie Plus has put Clarke Energy forward as a good example of a traditional key player adjusting to the constant developing biogas sector. The article shows that today’s companies have to adapt to the markets to survive. It demonstrates Clarke Energy being an inspiring case of a company that has looked at innovative ...

Modelling of anaerobic digester biogas production: case study of a pilot project in Morocco

by IWA Publishing  (Nov. 20, 2013)

An anaerobic digestion pilot system was implemented in June 2010 in the Moroccan village of Dayet Ifrah. The input material consists of toilet wastewater and cattle manure. Biogas is produced under anaerobic conditions. It is used for heating and cooking. This biogas system could be an useful sanitation technology due to its ability to treat ...

Pumps with extended service life for generating biogas from organic waste

by ALLWEILER GmbH  (Sep. 9, 2013)

When regular commercial pumps are used to process organic waste, they typically wear out after only a short period of time. Liquids pumped under these conditions attack pumps from two different angles: first with highly abrasive additives and second with liquids that have highly fluctuating pH values and therefore a high level of chemical ...

Biogas-to-biomethane upgrading plant

by Chesterfield Biogas  (Aug. 1, 2013)

Chesterfield BioGas (CBG) supplied the UK’s first biogas upgrading plant to produce clean biomethane for direct injection into the national gas grid for use by all consumers. The project was successfully completed and gas injected into the national grid at the wastewater treatment site of Thames Water site at Didcot, Oxfordshire in October ...

Velocity gradient as a tool to characterise the link between mixing and biogas production in anaerobic waste digesters

by IWA Publishing  (Jun. 21, 2013)

Whilst the importance of mixing in anaerobic digesters to enhance process performance and gas production is well recognised, the specific effects of mixing regime on biogas production are not clear. Here, the velocity gradient is used to demonstrate the importance of minimally mixed zones in a digester, with computational fluid dynamics (CFD) ...

Next generation biogas upgrading using highly selective gas separation membranes

by DMT Environmental Technology  (Mar. 1, 2013)

More and more effort is being put into the utilization of organic waste streams in anaerobic digesters, producing useful products such as fertilizers and biogas. DMT has been developing biogas treatment plants for over 25 years, closely following market developments. It is becoming increasingly attractive to upgrade biogas to natural gas quality ...

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