Biogas production is a clean low carbon technology for efficient management and conversion of organic wastes into clean renewable biogas and organic manure/fertilizer. It has the potential for leveraging sustainable livelihood development as well as tackling local and global land, air and water pollution.

Biogas got by anaerobic digestion of cattle dung and other loose and leafy organic matters/ biomass wastes can be used as an energy source for various applications namely, cooking, heating, space cooling/ refrigeration, electricity generation and gaseous fuel for vehicular application.

The fermentation of organic matter produces biogas, including manure, sewage sludge, and municipal solid waste, under anaerobic (having no oxygen) conditions. Biogas mainly contains methane and carbon dioxide, which contribute to global warming and climate change.

Benefits of biogas to energy wastewater systems:

1. The treated wastewater meets government discharge standards.
2. Reduces or eliminates odor and groundwater pollution.
3. Reduces reliance on wastewater lagoons and ponds.
4. De-water the sludge to produce organic fertilizer for sale.


Components of a Biogas Power Plant:

1. Biogas Power generation Plant (Digester, gas holder and accessories, Feed / slurry handling system ).
2. Gas Cleaning System.
3. Engine, alternator, control equipment.
4. Manure management system / protocol.

Domestic Use bio-digesters

Digester: A GI sheet drum as digester, an inlet (feed) and an outlet (digested slurry) system. Melded in One Piece

1. Ready to use, install, dismantle & maintain.
2. Supplied in knock down condition.
3. Easy to assemble at site by the way of bolts.
4. No problems of leakage.
5. Used over ground or under ground.
6. No hassle for cleaning.
7. Easy to move, if required.

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