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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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Keywords: Anaerobic digester, Biogas, Inoculum, Kitchen waste, Optimum, Green fuel.
Biogas can help countries meet their Paris Agreement commitments as well as support the UN Sustainable development Goals
"Our partnership today, comes to complete the entire sustainable production cycle where we start to leverage farm waste for the production of biogas and energy and recycling of water," he said.
Its Hendwr Farm Biogas Plant in Corwen has been in operation since 2017.
Target: Westech Industrial, doing business as Varec Biogas
Varec Biogas' product line is complementary to Ovivo's biosolids management and resource recovery offering.
There are 200 cows in the farm, which besides milk, provide raw materials for biogas production.
'Despite going aroundcreating awareness on biogasand educating the farmers onits benefits, a few householdsdo not take opportunity toconstruct biogas plants.'Because of the subsidieson electricity and LPG andalso because of the easyavailability of firewood, KingaDechen said people don'twant to construct biogasplants.'People might takeinterest in it if the subsidyon the plant is furtherincreased,' he added.
The biogas project, which started last year in Kgatleng District, involves the use of cow dung mixed with water to ferment until it produces gases which can be used to produce energy.
The contribution of biomass and the biogas production is expected to be very crucial in the energy mix at a European level.
Biomethanation is a natural process operated in anaerobic conditions through the activities of microorganisms that utilize organic wastes and produce biogas and fertilizer.