Different types of Anaerobic Digestion While the process of Anaerobic digestion is rather simple the ways that people have come up to get that process to work are quite diverse and varied. From some of the most simplistic the Anaerobic Lagoon (or Covered Lagoon) where all you do is put a strong gas-tight cover over … Continue reading What are the different types of Anaerobic Digestion
10-16th Century biogas used for heating bathwater 17th century Jan Baptista Helmont first documentation of biogas 1859 First Digestion facility in Bombay India 1895 Biogas used to fuel street lamps Exeter England Early 1900 to WWI higher interest in Biogas until fosile fuels became more available 1930 China and India produced larger AD plants for … Continue reading The History of Anaerobic Digestion
What type of materials can be anaerobically digested? By definition, anything that is biodegradable or all organic matter can be digested. But not all organic matter is alike. Material that has a lot of Lignin in it or the woody mater found in trees and bushes are much harder for the anaerobic bacteria to break … Continue reading What type of materials can be anaerobically digested?
What is Anaerobic Digestion Anaerobic simply means an environment with no oxygen gas. Digestion is the process of breaking down organic matter into its different components. Anaerobic Digestion refers to the special process of bringing biodegradable material into an environment with no oxygen gas so that naturally forming bacteria can break down the organic matter, … Continue reading What is Anaerobic Digestion?