biogas production Services in Tennessee

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Biogas Desulphurisation

by Colsen International b.v.     based in HULST, NETHERLANDS

Desulphurisation of the biogas produced during digestion is executed by a biological process. Environmental engineering´s agency Colsen b.v. developed an installation named Bidox®. The principle of the Bidox® technology lies in the biological oxidation of H2S by sulphur oxidising bacteria. The system is capable of reducing the H2S ...

Flexible Energy Production

by bwe biogas-weser-ems GmbH & Co. KG     based in Friesoythe, GERMANY

Generate Additional Revenues: Since 2012 the German Renewable Energy Act (Erneuerbare-Energien-Gesetz EEG) allows plant operators to take actively part in the electricity market and thus to increase their remuneration.

Production Services

by SEKO S.p.A     based in Curtarolo, ITALY

The Agripower Division produces high efficiency biogas plants in the agricultural and industrial sector with powers from 50 to 2000 kWel, designed to achieve maximum profit. Our plants have a modular standardised configuration and are developed from an industrial concept applied to agriculture, and are therefore highly functional, incredibly ...

Biogas

by SKG Sangha     based in KOLAR, INDIA

Biomass is considered a vital alternative to fossil fuels and can be used for a range of energy needs. Energy from biomass can be produced in three different ways: Direct burning of biomass to get the energy, convert biomass to ethanol and methanol to be used as liquid fuels in engines, ferment biomass anaerobically to obtain a gaseous fuel called ...

Biogas Boosting Services

by Kemira Water Solutions, Inc.     based in Bartow, FLORIDA (USA)

KBiogas boostingemira's patented technology, Kemira BDP, will boost your biogas production significantly by improving the efficiency of the methane-forming bacteria. The organisms responsible for the final methane-producing step are slow growing and sensitive, needing a specific set of conditions and micronutrients to perform optimally.  The ...

Digestate Treatment Services

by Kemira Water Solutions, Inc.     based in Bartow, FLORIDA (USA)

The final digestate contains a considerable amount of water mixed with fibers and nutrients. This can serve as an excellent fertilizer, but if direct use on fields is not allowed, the nutrients need to be dewatered. Optimized dewatering results will also improve reject water quality. This enables easier and more reliable nitrogen removal and water ...

Industrial Wastewater

by BioCNG, LLC     based in Madison WI, WISCONSIN (USA)

Use waste from food processing industries to feed an aerobic digester and generate biogas for vehicle fuel. Industrial processes, particularly those from the food processing industry, generate a great deal of organic waste, which can be used as a feedstock for an anaerobic digester.

Additional Sources of Methane

by BioCNG, LLC     based in Madison WI, WISCONSIN (USA)

There are many sources of methane that can be used to produce biogas for alternative vehicle fuels like BioCNG. Examples include ‘sour gas’ in oil and gas sector, coal mine methane, and synthesis (syn) gas.

Technical Support Services

by SEKO S.p.A     based in Curtarolo, ITALY

Plant energy efficiency determines the success of the investment and is closely linked to process stability and maximum biogas production. We therefore ensure the operator a highly specialised technical-scientific support service not only during plant start-up but also throughout its working life, for both the biological process and the operating ...

Biogas Flaring

by Wisterland     based in London, UNITED KINGDOM

Biogas What is Biogas? People have been using biogas for centuries: for instance in the 18th century biogas was drawn from the underground sewer pipes in London and burned in street lamps, which were known as 'gaslights' and in many parts of the world biogas is used to heat and light homes, to cook and even to fuel buses. It is now also collected ...

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