Bio Gas Plant

  • Biogas is a different gases produced by the breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen. Biogas can be produced from raw materials such as:
    Agricultural waste
    Manure
    Municipal waste
    Plant material
    Sewage
    Green waste
    Food waste
    Cow dung
  • Biogas is a renewable energy sources produced by  anaerobic digestionwith anaerobic organisms, which digest material inside a closed system, or fermentation of biodegradable materials.
  • Biogas is primarily methane (CH4), it has carbon dioxide (CO2) as the second major constituent.

Why Biogas?

On demand energy
Renewable energy source
Organic Fertilizer
Organic Fertilizer
Closed nutrient cycle
Reduced green house gases
Closed nutrient cycle
Reduced odours & files
Waste reduction

Uses of Bio-Gas

Bio-Gas is utilized for various purposes such as :
  • LPG equivalent Cooking gas
  • Electricity production (Waste to energy)
  • Water heating for steam boilers
  • High quality fertilizers

If organic waste is more than 250 Kgs Gas Generator can be added and produce electricity.  For Ex: 1 Ton of waste produce 100 Units of electricity

If quantities are more than 25 Tons of organic waste, we can convert it into Bio – CNG

Greeneria Bio

  • GREENERIA BIO offers a ‘Zero garbage, Zero effluent’ method for waste disposal.
  • GREENERIA BIO is an above the ground State of the art Biogas plant made of steel with epoxy coating.
  • The “GREENERIA-BIO” technology offers a comprehensive solution for handling the bio-degradable waste material. It is based on the concept of maintaining elemental balance in the Nature.
  • There is a good potential for energy generation and Methane-rich gas.

Output

Types of Biogas Plants

1.Civil constructed Plant – from 10 Cum to 1000+ Tons

(1 Ton to 1000+ Ton we can give Bio-CNG Cylinders, Electricity, Carbon Dioxide Cylinders)

2.Prefabricated Containerised GreeERIA Nest   – from 10 Cum to 160 Cum

3.Polymer Rotomold Plants – from 0.2 Cum to 4.0 Cum

4.Containerised Plant (Used Shipping Container) – Optional

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