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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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There are three modes of producing bio-gas which include micro -plants for two or three families; small plants utilizing dung of 3 to 50 animals; and from 50 to 1000 animals and more.
Against this, above mentioned bio-gas plant costs less than one million rupees.And it powers many things:a.
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.
This facility will convert about 4,200 tons per day of cattle waste and 700 tons per day of organic food waste to bio-gas which will be utilized for power generation at a facility with a capacity of up to 30 MW.
The "box" generates its power wirelessly through a combination of oxygen and a fossil fuel - natural gas, bio-gas, etc.
<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.
Cavendish Farms, a major Canadian producer of frozen potato products, is now producing something else: bio-gas, a vital new element in its environmental action plan, and a first for the potato industry in North America.
The vodka, which involves a cooperative with more than 900 farmers, is free of synthetic chemicals, pesticides and genetically modified seeds, and its stills are powered by bio-gas. The spirit opens with hints of melon and pear on the nose, followed by creaminess on the palate, according to the distiller.
If you have a couple of horses or cows, a few goats or a couple hundred chickens, you can easily make your own bio-gas which can be used in any natural gas appliance (and propane appliances with a quick orifice change).
The vodka, which involves a cooperative with more than 900 farmers, is free of synthetic chemicals, pesticides and genetically modified seeds and uses stills powered by converting leftover corncobs into bio-gas. The spirit opens with hints of melon and pear on the nose, followed by creaminess on the palate.

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