Biogas & Energy Management

Alleviating Flood Risk

Residential properties prone to flooding in Kirk Hallam, Derbyshire prompts sewer network improvements with dB ultrasonic technology and pump control. Varying factors including population growth and climate change mean that the UK water industry faces...

Anaerobic Digestion, biogas and the Water Industry

Anaerobic digestion (AD) is a process by which micro-organisms in the absence of oxygen break down organic material into biogas, which is approximately 60% methane and 40% carbon dioxide, and biofertiliser. Many such systems...

Recovering value from sewage

The Importance of the Circular Economy – The linear economic model where we “take, make and dispose” of things is not sustainable. It relies on large quantities of cheap easily accessible materials and energy....

New £72m AD plant will help Yorkshire Water reduce carbon footprint and keep customer...

Yorkshire Water’s £72m new anaerobic digestion plant at Knostrop Energy & Recycling Facility in Leeds has been officially opened in what is the latest step in the company’s commitment to invest in renewable energy...

Biogas Products Ltd secure multiple gas holder installations across wastewater sites

Biogas Products Ltd, a leading contractor in biogas storage solutions and process equipment, has secured an order to design, supply and install two membrane gas holders at Hull WwTW, for Yorkshire Water contractor JN...

Evonik obtains patent for 3-step membrane process for efficient gas separation in Europe

The European Patent Office has granted Evonik Fibres GmbH, based in Schörfling (Austria), a patent for a three-stage process for membrane-based purification of biogas and natural gas In the gas separation process, which has been...

New treatment Concentrated/Challenging Odours Biogas

In a modern world, Biogas has the potential to replace a large part of fossil fuel consumption by generating energy from a wide variety of feedstock. A good example of such a biogas plant is...
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