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Anaerobic digestion is a process which involves the breaking down of animal and food waste to create biogas, a renewable fuel. Learn all about how it works.
Biogas upgrading is the process of turning Biogas into Biomethane. Converting Biogas into Biomethane removes carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulphide, water and contaminants from the biogas. The resulting...
Biogas is a type of fuel that is produced from organic matter breaking down and decomposing. This type of gas occurs naturally in compost heaps. It can also be produced in anaerobic digesters from...
Biogas is a renewable fuel that has many applications in its raw form and once it has been upgraded to biomethane. Biogas as a natural fuel can therefore be used in any way that fuel can be used
Methane is a major contributor to global warming. It has more than 80 times the global warming impact of CO2 and the rate at which it is being produced increases year on year. The atmospheric conce...
Methane monitoring is essential to ensure a safe environment and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This gas is produced by the decomposition of organic matter, and is largely microbially driven, whi...
While methane is not the most dangerous of gases under usual circumstances, it has the potential to cause damage, and this means that proper management of the gas is needed.
The question of a fuel’s classification as ‘renewable’ can be a complex one, but the answer to that question is actually quite simple. Read more
Local sources of domestic food waste are the ideal feedstock for small-scale biogas production. Find out more