anaerobic digester

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anaerobic digester

A closed bioreactor in which anaerobic bacteria digest sewage, producing methane and CO2.
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SeaGas will build a storage system to support a year-long anaerobic digestion operation which must allow for different types of seaweed and their availability.
More than 200 anaerobic digestion facilities are operating in California, fed by a variety of types of biomass.
Dr Fred Moavenzadeh, president, Masdar Institute, said: "The scientific papers and poster presentations at the World Congress on Anaerobic Digestion strongly indicate the nature of the research being carried out at Masdar Institute and the caliber of the faculty guiding the students.
bar] See Tuesday's nebusiness supplement for an in-depth report on Teesside's anaerobic digestion ambitions.
The anaerobic digestion of sludge leads to the formation of struvite because ammonia, phosphate and magnesium are solubilised by the digestion process (Mamais et al.
The facility has the potential to facilitate in educating people in anaerobic digestion processes and encourage other organisations to consider this technology.
Mr Barker said: "Merevale is an excellent site for an anaerobic digestion plant - centrally located with excellent transport links.
The very high organics recovery, renewable energy and thermal efficiency of the Monsal process are achieved by high-efficiency pre-separation equipment and anaerobic digestion plant and technology.
3-year payback) and a 1MW anaerobic digestion plant (IRR of 16.
Anaerobic digestion is widely used as a renewable energy source because the process produces a methane and carbon dioxide rich biogas suitable for energy production, helping to replace fossil fuels.
In anaerobic digestion, bacteria break down waste material by warming it in an oxygen-free vessel, releasing methane, which is used in gas turbines.