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  • Micro gas turbine protected by continuous biogas analysis in South Korea

    A biogas micro gas turbine electrical power generation plant at Gong Ju, Korea now generates 60kW from waste water. Biogas rich in methane (CH4) comes from anaerobic digestion of 100 tons of waste water produced every day from raising livestock. The biogas fuels the micro turbine which drives the generator. While the plant was being fine-tuned, before starting full-scale operation, a ...


    By Geotech

  • First BIDOX installation in the paper industry

    In July 2012 Colsen International b.v. delivered the first BIDOX installation in the paper industry. A leading recycled paper producer in Italy has expanded the waste water treatment installation with an anaerobic biological treatment and biogas desulphurization unit (BIDOX) in order to be able to use the ...


    By Colsen International b.v.

  • Biogas monitoring yields rewards

    Whilst there is increasing interest in generating power from waste gas, this has been central to one company for years. Based in the UK, Geotech has been helping water utilities, agricultural and landfill operators and food waste processors worldwide offset energy costs or generate income from waste-generated biogas, manufacturing portable and fixed monitoring equipment. Geotech has over 200 ...


    By Geotech

  • Meeting the Ever-Changing Demands of the Global Biogas Market

    Fixed biogas analysers from Geotech are now available with additional options for moisture management to help with challenges from wet biogas.  A new variant on the reliable GA3000 PLUS also provides oxygen (O2) measurement designed for very low O2 levels, and new pre-calibrated cells for ...


    By Geotech

  • Meeting the ever-changing demands of the global biogas market

    Fixed biogas analysers from Geotech are now available with additional options for moisture management to help with challenges from wet biogas. A new variant on the reliable GA3000 PLUS also provides oxygen (O2) measurement designed for very low O2 levels, and new pre-calibrated cells ...


    By Geotech

  • Don`t waste the waste

    Biogas analysis cannot be underestimated: get it right and protect revenues, get it wrong and those revenues will quickly plummet There is no denying that biogas is valuable. It may not be the most pleasant material to handle — hot, wet, dirty, smelly, corrosive, toxic — but handled correctly, it is worth a lot of money to whomever is producing it. Encouraged, subsidised, ...


    By Geotech

  • At the leading edge of sewage biogas - now and a century ago

    In the city which built the UK's first anaerobic digester in 1895 and had sewage-gas street lighting around the 1900s, today's state-of-the-art sewage biogas analysis equipment is monitoring today's biogas at South West Water's Countess Wear Sewage Treatment Works in Exeter. On watch Countess Wear's sludge reception centre serves more than ...


    By Geotech

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