sewage gas


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sewer gas

A mixture of gases, odors, and vapors found in a sewer; not of definite chemical composition; may include poisonous and combustible gases.
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The primary differences in construction between engines operating on gasoline, natural or manufactured gas, and those using sewage gas are the use of a different compression ratio and carburetor equipment.
The deal, struck with electricity supplier npower, means that over 500 Northumberland County Council-owned buildings will be powered by green energy from sources such as wind farms, hydro-electric stations, harnessing sewage gas and using biomass material.
The company's CHP power plants guarantee extreme high energy efficiency, generated from a variety of gaseous fuels (natural gas, biogas, landfill gas, sewage gas, and other specialty gas fuels.
The deal, struck with electricity suppliers npower, means that more than 500 council-owned buildings will be powered by energy from such as wind farms, hydro-electric stations, sewage gas and biomass material.
The four newly approved measures complement already approved support to small-scale onshore wind, solar, biogas and hydroelectric installations and to geothermal and sewage gas installations.
The European Commission has approved three schemes to support electricity production from small-scale onshore wind, solar and sewage gas installations in France under EU state aid rules.
The company's CHP power plants guarantee extreme high energy efficiency, extracted and generated from biogas, landfill gas, sewage gas, coal mine gas, natural gas, syngas and other specialty gaseous fuels.
Normal operation with sewage gas, emergency power operation with natural gas from the city network, in compact design with sound insulation hood and all necessary accessories, such as emergency cooling, gas cooling including the integration of all media in the AKO network according to the performance index.