Anaerobic Digestion

What are Anaerobic Digesters?

Anaerobic Digesters facilitate the bacteria breakdown of organics such as agricultural waste in an oxygen-removed environment. This process produces biogas which can be burned for electricity or refined to produce renewable natural gas (RNG).

Integrating Anaerobic Digesters Logically

Pairing anaerobic digestion with renewable energy and CO2 conversion catalyst to create large quantities of renewable natural gas can lead to increased profits and environmental benefits through low carbon fuel credit systems. 

Example Anaerobic Digestion Technology Providers
HRS Heat Exchangers

HRS Heat Exchangers produce heat exchangers and other systems for use throughout the anaerobic digestion process

EnviTec Biogas

EnviTec can offers a broad portfolio for all aspects of energy production from biomass


Newterra is a recognized leader in modular, decentralized solutions for water, wastewater, groundwater, and stormwater treatment

Benefits of Anaerobic Digestion
Diversified Farm Revenue

While manure has always traditionally been a resource on the farm as a fertilizer, alternative products can be produced creating new income generating opportunities

Sustainable Food Production

Manure digesters on livestock farms can recycle nutrients, produce heat and electricity, and use food waste

Energy Independence

Meet on-farm energy needs, provide energy to the local grid, and reduce green house emissions with anaerobic digesters

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