anaerobic digestion Equipment in Prince Edward Island

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BiogasClean - Model MUW (Make-Up-Water) - Anaerobic Digester System

by BioGasClean     based in Odense, DENMARK

In many projects treated water from the anaerobic digester is used as scrubber liquid and nutrient source as this gives ultra-low operating costs. In order to prevent scaling and clogging inside the scrubber tank the waste water is first pre-treated with sulfate from the biological process in MUW (Make-Up-Water) tanks. The calcium and magnesium ...

DuoSphere™ Biogas Storage

by WesTech Engineering, Inc.     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

Over the years, WesTech has supplied our customers with anaerobic digestion equipment that has added value to their plant operations. WesTech continues to provide valuable solutions with the DuoSphere™ Dual Membrane Gasholder. The DuoSphere™ offers innovative designs for digester gas storage and alternatives for conventional digester covers. ...

Digester Covers

by WesTech Engineering, Inc.     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

WesTech provides innovative designs for custom digester covers using the latest structural standards while integrating ease of erection and economical value. WesTech offers three major structural designs: Steel Truss, Radial Beam, and DuoSphere™. Our Steel Truss and Radial Beam structures can be configured to fixed or buoyant configurations. Our ...

Sludge Heating Systems

by WesTech Engineering, Inc.     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

WesTech offers sludge heating solutions for nearly any anaerobic digestion application. From mesophilic to thermophilic, WesTech's versatility and experience ensure that our sludge heating equipment will provide years of dependable service. We can provide heat exchangers to be piped into existing hot water systems or a complete boiler/ heat ...

OpenCEL - Anaerobic Digestion

by OpenCEL, LLC - a Trojan Technologies Company     based in Atlanta, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

OpenCEL technology provides significant process improvement in anaerobic digestion. By pre-treating the Waste Activated Sludge (WAS) going into the digester, biosolids output for dewatering and disposal is reduced, and biogas production is increased.

Anaerobic Digester

by Grow The Energy Circle Ltd. (GrowTech)     based in Coaldale, ALBERTA (CANADA)

Waste organic streams (such as manure, kitchen scraps, cull vegetables, etc) are broken down, through a process called anaerobic digestion, to generate electricity and heat. The high nutrient outflow is applied to the fields to offset synthetic fertilizers.

Anaerobic Digester

by Tank Connection Affiliate Group (TCAG)     based in Parsons, KANSAS (USA)

In anaerobic digester applications, Tank Connection’s RTP (rolled, tapered panel) bolted tank design coated with LIQ Fusion 7000 FBE™ is unmatched in performance compared to all other bolted tank designs. At Tank Connection, we are the manufacturer of the #1 bolted liquid storage tank available in the world! We support this claim ...

Anaerobic Digestion

by Sentinel Waste International     based in Strathroy, ONTARIO (CANADA)

This technology is the acceleration of the natural process which converts organic material into methane gas. This is a very useful solution to reduce landfill requirements, but is not particularly effective at generating energy from waste. Due to the requirement for significant land, (approximately 10 acres to digest MSW sufficient to create ...

EnBac - Model B120 - Anaerobic Digesters

by Bio-Systems Corporation Ltd     based in UNITED KINGDOM

EnBac B120 is a powder containing a specially-formulated range of micro-organisms, which biologically treats wastewaters within Anaerobic Digesters.

Anaerobic Digester

by USA Tank Storage Systems     based in Goodman, MISSOURI (USA)

Anaerobic digestion is widely used as a source of renewable energy. The process produces a biogas, consisting of methane, carbon dioxide and traces of other ‘contaminant’ gases. This biogas can be used directly as fuel, in combined heat and power gas engines, or upgraded to natural gas-quality biomethane. The nutrient-rich digestate ...

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