It can be a smelly pastime but get past that and biogas is really quite an exciting prospect. I have been involved in the gas industry for 30 years and got into biogas through working on waste sites. The sites we look after at the moment use boilers which run on biogas to heat the digester’s to make the bacteria break down the waste quicker which in turn makes more gas so it is completely self sufficient. The only problem being if the boilers or plant break down and the digester goes cold and kills all the bacteria you have to introduce new bacteria which i understand is quite expensive. The biogas produced is rather wet and as such can require more maintenance. The prospect of more farms introducing bio digester’s is also a good step in the right direction but as usual we are miles behind Europe.
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