Guide to Increasing Biogas output with Liquid Lime
14th May 2014
Anaerobic Digestion and the generation of biogas for electricity production, is becoming commonplace across the UK and Europe, with a wide range of feedstocks being used, from poultry manure to household waste.
But operating a Biogas plant is far from easy.
The key is to maximise the available nutrient content of the feedstock and release as much energy as possible in the AD reactor, by breaking down complex organic compounds into simple monomers.
It is vital to maintain stable and neutral conditions inside the reactor for healthy bacterial operation, and to avoid variations in the feedstock.
The processes outlined in this downloadable guide illustrate how Biogas output can be increased by utilising liquid lime during the process on a wide range of feed materials.
Download this complimentary guide, which sets new standards in operational efficiency by illustrating:
- How to recycle 100% bio-solids and increase biogas yields
- How to achieve stable operational efficiency and income generation
- When to add liquid lime to the Anaerobic Digestion process
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