Better biogas returns

November 2010
Process Engineering;Nov/Dec2010, Vol. 91 Issue 6, p48
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the move by Yorkshire Water PLC in gas monitoring which has helped manage valuable resource in England. It mentions that Yorkshire Water has created a team to concentrate on augmenting energy production which has resulted to more than 20 fixed-position, gas monitoring systems into Yorkshire Water's main renewable energy control system. It notes that the systems automatically monitor all sources of gas.


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