Viscosity control: the key to keep the efficiency of your biogas/biomethane plant always high

The hydraulic management of a biogas plant is a crucial point: viscosity control is the key to an efficient plant and high yield. Plant operators have begun to use by-products and waste derived from agricultural, municipal, and agro-food industry activities for gas production, in order to reduce production costs or to comply with production regimes.…

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Reducing digestate viscosity to optimize the dehydration process in centrifuges

In March 2021, BioBANG® mobile unit has been implied in a test by a Belgian anaerobic digestion plant, treating different types of industrial organic waste (sludge from wastewater treatment, biodiesel by-products, slaughterhouse waste, waste from the potato processing industry, etc.). An increase in the viscosity of the product, caused by a change in the daily…

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Biomass pasteurization for biogas and biomethane plants. the technical advantages of BioBANG ® cavitation

Why is the pasteurization of biomasses becoming more and more a required practice for biogas and biomethane plants? In many countries the regulations for specific biomasses (eg: animals and vegetables organic waste, industrial and municipal slurries, etc …) require that a pasteurization treatment be carried out before they are loaded into the digesters. A particular…

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Biogas from grass clippings

Biogas is a mixture of various types of gases, largely methane and CO2. Biogas is produced by a process called “anaerobic digestion”, which is the bacterial fermentation – without O2 – of biomass that can include: agro-industrial waste, solid and liquid waste from livestock farms, sewage sludge, by-products from agriculture, the organic fraction of solid…

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Enhancement of waste biomass and agricultural by-products to ensure the development of the biomethane sector

BioBANG installed on biomethane plant in Italy. The European Biogas Association (EBA) and the “Gas Infrastructure Europe” (GIE) have just published the second edition of the “European Biomethane Map” which collects all information relating to new and existing biomethane plants for the year 2020. Analysis of the data collected shows that the number of biomethane…

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