biogas refinery Articles

  • Kickoff for Biogas - South America Opts for Green Energy Made by WELTEC

    Currently, the world is locked on to the FIFA World Cup in Brazil. Though they have already reached a high technical level as far as football is concerned, the South American countries still have development potential in the fields of biogas technology and renewable energies. In the interview, Aguinaldo Ramalho of the German biogas plant manufacturer WELTEC BIOPOWER talks about the potential, ...


    By WELtec BioPower GmbH

  • Case study - Environmentally friendly vapor combustors, flares and incinerators

    Today’s industry requires innovative, cost competitive solutions to meet the ever growing and changing needs in the market. ABUTEC has developed a full line of “Environmentally Friendly” Vapor Combustors, Flares and Incinerators to meet these demands. The HTF (High Temperature Flare) and MTF (Medium Temperature Ground Flare) offer a flexible and scalable solution to clients in a ...


  • Study examines anaerobic digestion’s role in water, agriculture, and biofuels issues

    According to a new analysis, working on both clean water and biofuels production in tandem may reap significant environmental and economic benefits. For example, using anaerobic digestion to treat manure could prevent nutrient-runoff pollution and create a renewable energy source, according to the study by EcoEngineers and Goss & Associates. Looking at Iowa farming, the analysts estimated ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • ATCO Midstream & grow-gen energy to develop Canada`s first integrated bioRefinery

    ATCO Midstream and Grow-Gen Energy announced today that they have signed an initial partnership agreement to develop Canada's first Integrated BioRefineryTM. The refinery will use organic wastes and high-starch wheat to create green electricity, biofertilizer and fuel ethanol. "ATCO is proud to be a partner in this world leading technology," said Nancy Southern, President and CEO of the ATCO ...


    By Himark bioGas Inc

  • Commericalizing cellulosic ethanol

    Cellulosic biofuels, produced from nonfood feedstock, are expected to play a critical role in reducing the country's dependence on imported oil. EISA, the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, calls for the production of 100 million gallons per year (mgpy) of cellulosic biofuels by 2010, with a longer term goal of 16 billion gallons by 2022.Achieving these goals will not be easy. Several ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

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