biogas

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biogas

[′bī·ō‚gas]
(materials)
A mixture of methane and carbon dioxide generated from the bacterial decomposition of animal and vegetable wastes.
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Because of the plant's use of digester gas as fuel, however, it needed specific TBN and TAN numbers not available with an off-the-shelf product.
Fewer than 5% of all the municipal wastewater treatment plants in the United States generate renewable electricity using digester gas from sludge.
Pacemaker GEO LFG LA 40 adds to an already robust list of gas engine oil products, solidifying CITGO Lubricants as a major player in the landfill and digester gas segment.
Their installations include electrical power generation, oil field pumping, gas compression, sewage treatment, wastewater disposal, marine power generation and propulsion, as well as peak shaving, cogeneration, and chiller plants, including those fueled by alternative fuels such as landfill gas and digester gas.
Capstone microturbines are the first power generation technology to receive CARB approval for operation on waste fuels such as landfill and digester gas.
general Requirements The Successful Offeror Shall Provide All Labor, Materials, Supervision, Technical Support And Permitting Required To Receive, Transport And Utilize The Digester Gas And To Sell Any Available Greenhouse Gas Credits.
During its 28 years in business, Cambrian Energy has successfully developed more than 50 projects that convert landfill gas or digester gas to commercially useful renewable energy, including 3 other Renewable Natural Gas projects.
treating digester gas to remove water, siloxanes, hydrogen sulfide, and particulates to levels required for the advanced engine-generators
Projects include OSP Fine Screen and Grit Removal Enhancements, OSP Digester Gas Utilization Upgrade, OSP Odor Control Optimization, and other projects.
The project also includes a digester gas conditioning skid which removes moisture and detrimental siloxanes from the DG fueling the engine.
4 million in New York State Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) funding is available through 2015 to support the installation and operation of Anaerobic Digester Gas (ADG)- to-Electricity Systems in New York State.
Reclaiming the digester gas as a fuel to generate electricity and heat allows us to cut down on power costs and that savings can be passed on to our rate payers.