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biogas

A gas produced by the biological degradation of organic material under anaerobic conditions, which consists primarily of methane and CO2, and smaller amounts of water vapour, nitrogen, hydrogen and other gases.
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One local person explained: "It is claimed Sumit suffocated because the hole was dug on a former bio-gas plant site where cow dung was still embedded in the soil.
According to a university spokesman, Vice Chancellor MUET, Prof Dr Mohammad Aslam Uqaili on Thursday inaugurated the bio-gas plant.
The processed bio-gas created from the waste treatment fuels a combined heat and power engine which produces 200kW of electricity.
With a capacity to process three tonnes of waste materials daily, the plant, established under the company's health, safety and environment (HSE) department, is claimed as the biggest bio-gas unit in the district and has started full operation from April 27, 2014.
The benefit of the AnMBR is that the micro-organisms convert these organics into a methane rich bio-gas which can then be used for power generation.
This is expected to be the largest bio-gas power plant of its kind.
Solid waste is then sent to a bioreactor where it is released as a bio-gas which contained methane.
It also plans to build a bio-gas fuel cell plant that will use methane gas from landfills.
The Gas Bus Alliance will not only provide ready-to-run buses, but also provide all necessary training for drivers and technicians and it will install refuelling tanks with a choice of either natural gas or bio-gas that meets the stringent health and safety requirements for the fuels' handling.
The "box" generates its power wirelessly through a combination of oxygen and a fossil fuel - natural gas, bio-gas, etc.
lt;strong>Second International Conference Automotive Biofuels</strong><br /> The 2nd International Conference Automotive Biofuels will be held in Berlin-Postdam, Germany from July 7-8 to discuss the breakthrough of biofuels from the second generation, and talk about optimized engine performance and how to meet climate requirements with natural gas and bio-gas.