Anaerobic Digesters and Their Types

Anaerobic Digesters

Types of Anaerobic DigestersAnaerobic digesters mainly carry out the process in a closed, oxygen-less vessel, that usually occurs in certain natural conditions otherwise. The purpose behind being able to carry out such a process is to reduce the the production of greenhouse gases that may harm the environment and utilizing the biogas produced as a result of this process to produce methane and carbon dioxide, further use them as energy resources.


Anaerobic Digestion for Food Waste

Anaerobic Digestion

Anaerobic DigestionAnaerobic digestion is a biological process that generates a gas, mainly consisting of methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2). It is also called biogas. This biological process occurs in the absence of oxygen and organic waste is used; this includes food waste, livestock manure, etc.


Recycling Food Waste Into Energy

Recycling food wasteLandfills majorly contribute to global warming, being  the largest man-made producers of Methane gas. When food waste is disposed in a landfill, it starts to rot and becomes a major source of methane production.