biogas feeder Articles

  • Vegreville plant expanding into new bio-products

    ATCO Midstream and Grow-Gen Energy are partnering to create Canada's first Integrated bioRefinery™. The existing Grow-Gen bioGas plant near Vegreville will be expanded to convert organic wastes and wheat into green electricity, bioFertilizer and fuel ethanol. It currently uses manure from the nearby Highland Feeders cattle feedlot to create bioGas and green power. The ethanol ...


    By Himark bioGas Inc

  • Equipping Digester For Feedstock Flexibility

    Bayview Flowers is a high value, greenhouse floriculture operation in Jordan Station, Ontario, Canada, that supplies wholesalers and retailers across North America. In 2007, the company installed an anaerobic digester (AD) plant to generate 250 kW of renewable energy. The system was installed to take advantage of a province-wide Feed-In-Tariff (FIT) incentive program to increase the amount of ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • The impact of advanced digestion on incineration of sewage sludge

    Abstract Traditionally, when incineratin sewage sludge, it was preferable to burn raw undlgested sludge, as digestion - by extracting some of the energy from sludge- subsequently reduce its calorific value. However, when considering incineration as part of a wider strategy, the desicion whether or not to include digestion becomes less clear. Since, virtually all of the requirements of ...


    By Cambi Group AS

  • Thermal recycling of spent grains – residue becomes resources

    Introduction – the History of Beer The origin of beer was a happy coincidence: In the fourth millennium BC, the Sumarians discovered the fermentation process. The country of the Sumarians, called Mesopotamia, was located between the Euphrates and the Tigris. The Sumarians wanted to help an ill person swallow some bread, so and they soaked a piece in water. They simply forgot the bread in ...


    By Flottweg SE

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