biogas dome News

  • Base draws on 10 yrs’ fabric engineering with new biogas storage product

    Base Structures enters the biogeneration market with its new, heavily prototyped and installed biogas storage sphere. With a capacity ranging from 5m3 to 5,000m3, the biogas domes, are designed to hold methane gas produced from the anaerobic digestive process of organic waste and sludge. Manufactured in the UK, the storage spheres are built to high quality ...

    By Base Structures Ltd

  • Fabric innovator joins industry heavyweights 
at National Manufacturing Summit

    South West fabric specialist, Base Structures, has been invited to exhibit at the Advanced Manufacturing Conference attended by senior government ministers and more than 150 industry leaders. The tensile fabric company is a leading light on fabric manufacturing with R&D investments yielding new products and techniques on a regular basis. Recent new product developments include its ...

    By Base Structures Ltd

  • Base Structures celebrate 10 year anniversary

    Building a strong reputation as a market leader through the successful completion of many landmark projects, during the last decade notable achievements include Heathrow Terminal 5, Manchester International Festival, Eden Project and the Mound Stand at Lords Cricket Ground. From humble beginnings with only three members of staff, Base Structures has grown significantly into an eminent company ...

    By Base Structures Ltd

  • Black & Veatch Awarded Patent for Innovative Digester Cover to Improve Foam Control and Gas Collection

    Water Technology Leadership Extends to Process Equipment Kansas City, Mo. – Black & Veatch, a leading global engineering, consulting and construction company, announced today that it has received a patent for an anaerobic digester cover that solves a significant wastewater treatment operations problem. The invention enables operations staff to maintain constant digester levels and prevent ...

    By Black & Veatch Corporation

  • Wet Anaerobic Digestion Allows EFW Plant to Generate Almost 25,000 Megawatts Annually

    Harvest Power’s Energy Garden in London, Ontario turns organic materials into clean, renewable energy and fertilizers. Through advanced digestion technology, naturally-occurring micro-organisms produce renewable biogas energy from food scraps, grease, and other organic waste materials. The remaining digestate is turned into organic fertilizer granules. The Energy from Waste facility uses a ...

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