Citations with the tag: BIOGAS
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- British livestock farmers band together for biogas.
// BioCycle; Jul97, Vol. 38 Issue 7, p14
Reports that livestock farmers in Devon and Cornwall, England, will pool their cattle and pig slurry in a project to produce biogas, according to an article published in the magazine `Biomass Farmer and User.' Amount of slurry produced by the farms per day; Cost of setting up the plant.
- Treatment of biogas emissions from compost plants, digesters, and landfills.
Golueke, Clarence // BioCycle; Sep97, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p28
Presents an abstract of the study `Biogas Producers Cleans Up Their Act,' by K. Fouhy and D. Shelly published in `Chemical Engineering' journal.
- Municipal Waste to Vehicle Fuel
Henrich, R. A. // BioCycle; May/Jun1981, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p27
No abstract available.
- Prince Charles in biogas-to-grid first.
Henrich, R. A. // Utility Week; 11/23/2012, p5
The article reports that Prince Charles of Great Britain has officially opened the island's first commercial scale biogas-to-grid plant on Duchy of Cornwall land at Poundbury, Dorset, England in November 2012.
- Grimbledon down.
Tidy, Bill // New Scientist; 8/7/93, Vol. 139 Issue 1885, p80
Presents information on gases in cartoon form. Phenomena caused by ignited marsh gas; Burning of diphosphane gas when in contact with air; Spontaneous ignition of methane from microorganisms.
- New option for small-scale biogas.
Tidy, Bill // Farmers Weekly; 9/16/2011, Vol. 156 Issue 12, p31
The article previews the 75-kilowatt (kw) BiNoMiniMax turnkey biogas plant from Biogas Nord.
- Where there's muck there's megaWatts...
Emmett, Susie; Collings, Andy // Farmers Weekly; 6/14/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 24, p80
Reports on the development of biogas production plants in Germany as of June 14, 2002. Function of a winch system; Estimated investment for biogas development; Uses of the energy produced from biogas production.
- Biogas basics.
Holly-Davis, Tricia // Green Futures; Jan2010, Issue 75, p45
The article offers information on how biogas is formed.
- UDDERLY AMAZING COW POWER PROJECT.
Holly-Davis, Tricia // BioCycle; May2010, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p56
The article reports that the Liaoning Huishan Cow Farm in China is about to become the world's largest manure-based biogas plant.
- Biogas power faces hurdles.
Holly-Davis, Tricia // National Hog Farmer; 8/15/2005, Vol. 50 Issue 8, p34
Explores the barriers to biogas power development in the U.S. Unwillingness of electrical companies to cooperate with on-farm electrical generators; High costs associated with developing the technology; Lack of legislation governing biogas power development.
- India's low-tech energy success.
Sampat, Payal // World Watch; Nov/Dec95, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p21
Reports on the use of cow dung to generate biogas in the tiny village of Pura in south India. Production process; Rationale for the choice of biogas technology; Goal of India's biogas program.
- Yachting in Hog Heaven.
Coyle, Jay // Yachting; Feb2004, Vol. 195 Issue 2, p36
Discusses the use of biogas from pig sewage in yachts.
- Biogas recovery in Denmark.
Dean, Robert B. // BioCycle; Feb98, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p75
Describes several biogas plants in Denmark. Power generation capacity of the Ribe biogas plant; Operating temperature of the Studsgard biogas plant; Conversion of energy in the feed to usable delivered energy by Blaabjerg biogas plant; Production of heat and electricity at the lowest possible...
- Portland, Oregon GROWING THE BIOGAS INDUSTRY IN OREGON.
Dean, Robert B. // BioCycle; Apr2011, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p16
The article reports on the growth of biogas industry in Portland, Oregon.
- Egg digester work continues at treatment plant.
Dean, Robert B. // Journal of Business (10756124); 9/27/2007, Vol. 22 Issue 20, pB3
A photograph of an egg-shaped digester constructed by Garco Construction Inc. is presented.
- Maize harvest will inform biogas variety decisions.
Dean, Robert B. // Farmers Weekly; 9/2/2011, Vol. 156 Issue 10, p31
The article reports on the possibility for farmers in Great Britain who are growing maize for biogas production to be better informed soon about what variety performs best, according to Masstock.
- ALTERNATIVE DIRECTED BIOGAS PROJECTS.
Dean, Robert B. // BioCycle; Jun2011, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p48
The article discusses the increase in use of biomethane in biogas projects for the reduction of carbon intensity in California.
- Green gas on the grid.
Davis, Tricia Holly // Green Futures; Jan2010, Issue 75, p45
The article focuses on the initiative of electric company Ecotricity to use food waste to create low carbon biogas for heat or electricity.
Casey, Scott // Farmers Weekly; 4/19/2013, Vol. 159 Issue 16, p17
The article discusses investments by local farmers such as Mathias Klöffel in the construction of a biogas plant in the Bavarian town of Großbardorf. The plant's capability of generating electricity and heat for 110 homes in the town and its attraction of business to the area is mentioned. The...
- Nepal Brings Clean Bio-energy to Rural Communities.
Sorkin, Lauren // World Watch; Jan/Feb2006, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p6
The article presents information on the Biogas Support Programme (BSP), founded in 1992 in Nepal, to support the construction of household-scale "digesters" that use bacteria to break down the dung in airless conditions, producing a clean, smokeless gas. A striking contrast to development...
- Seasonal Variation and Production of Biogas from Three Types of Animal Dung.
Makki, Elsamawal Khalil; Eljack, Bedor Ezeldin // Ahfad Journal; Dec2003, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p18
Investigates the seasonal variation and production of biogas from animal dung of goat, donkey and cow. Analysis of the moisture content, volatile solids, fixed solids and gas productivity of each type of animal dung; Comparison of the biogas productivity of the different types of animal dung;...
- A Comparative Study on Meeting the Energy Demand from Biogas in Pakistan.
Ghauri, Moinuddin; Bokhari, Awais; Ilyas, Suhaib Umer; Faisal, Abrar // International Journal of Chemical & Environmental Engineering; Dec2012, Vol. 2 Issue 6, p410
Pakistan is facing energy crises from past decade due to experiencing increase in energy demands. This current work is a comparative study to meet the energy demand from production of biogas from waste solid materials. The main emphasis is to treat biomass, manure, municipal waste, sewage and...
- Whisky biogas 'first'.
Ghauri, Moinuddin; Bokhari, Awais; Ilyas, Suhaib Umer; Faisal, Abrar // Process Engineering; Jul/Aug2011, Vol. 92 Issue 4, p50
The article reports on the BioWayste process at the Bruichladdich distillery on the Hedredian island of Islay, which has used reactors in generation biogas and has achieved more than 95 percent removal of carbon monoxide deposit (COD).
- NIIST develops compact digester for biomass wastes.
Ghauri, Moinuddin; Bokhari, Awais; Ilyas, Suhaib Umer; Faisal, Abrar // Chemical Business; May2012, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p15
The article reports on the development of a compact digester for biomass wastes by the National Institute for Interdisciplinary Science and Technology (NIIST) in India in 2012. It notes that the compact digester is capable of recovering biogass and is not harmful to the environment. It claims...
- Sheffield revs up for biomethane fuel trials.
Ghauri, Moinuddin; Bokhari, Awais; Ilyas, Suhaib Umer; Faisal, Abrar // Local Authority Waste & Recycling; Aug2010, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p20
The article reports on the agreement signed by the Sheffield City Council with Chesterfield BioGas in Great Britain in August 2010, which will install a temporary filling station at one of the vehicle depots of the council in order to show the benefits of biomethane-powered vehicles.
- Power from Poop.
BERGSMA, MARLENE // Harrowsmith Country Life (11908416); Aug2009, Vol. 33 Issue 207, p73
The article focuses on biogas digesters which produce biogas, a power resource from manure and other bio-waste. It offers a description of biogas digesters. It outlines the ways by which biogas digesters can solve problems associated with electric power and the environment. It relates how the...
- PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION OF PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF BIOGASIFICATION AND BRIQUETTING OF FRACTIONATED SILAGE.
Menind, Andres; Oper, Liis; Nurk, Liina // Engineering for Rural Development - International Scientific Con; 2012, Vol. 11, p580
The duration of the cycle of fermentation of pressed liquids may be several times shorter than the duration of the cycle of ordinary fermentation process which uses silage as regular substrate for biogas reactors. Also the fermentation of pressed liquids has approximately 1.5 times higher biogas...
- Battle for alternative power.
Menind, Andres; Oper, Liis; Nurk, Liina // Engineer (00137758); 11/29/2010, Vol. 295 Issue 7807, p6
The article reports on the use of synthetic biogas as a transport fuel which will be more cost efficient than using electric vehicles for reducing the carbon emissions.
- Sourcing sparks from slurry.
Fone, Nick; Collings, Andy // Farmers Weekly; 1/30/2004, Vol. 140 Issue 5, p60
Provides information on the generation of electricity from cattle slurry at Holsworthy Biogas plant in Devon, England. Details on the process of breaking down farm waste into biogas; Contract scheme of Holsworthy with participating farmers for the slurry; Plan of Holsworthy for the use of heat...
- Biogas plant plans afoot.
Hunter, Andrew // Farmers Weekly; 4/2/2010, Vol. 152 Issue 13, p71
The article discusses the farming activities of Magyar Farming Co. through the leadership of managing director (MD) Andrew Hunter and the decision of the company to establish a biogas plant.
- Ecotricity looking at sourcing biogas.
Hunter, Andrew // Utility Week; 11/27/2009, Vol. 31 Issue 22, p4
The article reports on the plan of Ecotricity to become the first domestic supplier of biogas in Great Britain.
- Trash to traffic: Anaerobic digestion and automotive fuel cells.
Hunter, Andrew // In Business; Jul/Aug95, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p16
Presents a proposal that converts municipal solid waste into biogas that would be used as fuel to power motor vehicles. Proposal by Masoud Kayhanian; Details of the system.
- Integrating biological processes to facilitate the generation of �Biofuel�.
Singh, Om V.; Harvey, Steven P. // Journal of Industrial Microbiology & Biotechnology; May2008, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p291
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by Thomsen and Hauggaard-Nielson on a decreased need for fertilizer and increased ethanol yield from clover-grass supplementation of a wheat straw crop and another by Bocher and associates on the operation of a...
- Two-stage process combines anaerobic and aerobic methods
Kayhanian, Masoud; Hardy, Sharla; Lindenauer, Karl; Tchobanoglous, George Tchobanoglous // BioCycle; Mar1991, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p48
No abstract available.
- Biogas from waste in Belgium
Kayhanian, Masoud; Hardy, Sharla; Lindenauer, Karl; Tchobanoglous, George Tchobanoglous // BioCycle; Aug1991, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p42
No abstract available.
- NEW MSW BIOGAS PLANT IN POLAND.
Kayhanian, Masoud; Hardy, Sharla; Lindenauer, Karl; Tchobanoglous, George Tchobanoglous // BioCycle; Jun2001, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p79
Focuses on the anaerobic digesting/biogas facility in Pulawy, Poland that codigests mixed municipal waste which began operating in March 2001. Amount of waste that the plant is designed to treat; Provider of the system being used by the anaerobic digesting facility.
- Using A Biorefinery To Recycle Biomass And Control Pathogens.
Doelle, Horst // BioCycle; Apr2002, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p83
Presents information on biorefinery. Use of biomass material in composting and mushroom production; Products from biomass crops; Formation and use of biogas.
- THE INNER WORKINGS OF MICROTURBINES.
Field, Keith // BioCycle; Dec2002, Vol. 43 Issue 12, p13
No abstract available.
- OPERATING BIOGAS PLANTS FOR SOLID WASTE DIGESTION IN GERMANY.
Fischer, Torsten // BioCycle; Dec2002, Vol. 43 Issue 12, p34
No abstract available.
- INDUSTRY NEWS.
Fischer, Torsten // BioCycle; Jun2003, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p63
Presents news concerning the organic recycling industry as of June 2003. Dry colorant processing; Mobile units for windrow turning, grinding and screening; Biogas plant in Gundorf, Germany.
- ON-FARM DIGESTERS IN THE MIDWEST.
Mattocks, Richard // BioCycle; Jan2004, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p56
Provides a status report on the known digesters in start-up or in construction in the U.S. Means of improving milk quality; Standard for manure digester value; Benefits from biogas.
- Biogas courses fill knowledge gap.
Mattocks, Richard // European Power News; May2002, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p30
Focuses on the residential biogas courses organized by the Institution of Diesel and Gas Turbine Engineers and Biogas Association in Great Britain. Venue of the lectures; Coverage of the course; Purpose of the lecture.
- DIGESTER BIOGAS COUNCIL UPDATE.
Mattocks, Richard // BioCycle; Feb2010, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p6
The article reports on the newly formed coalition called the American Biogas Council (ABC) in the U.S.
- Biogas production not unheard of in developing countries.
Witt, Dean // Countryside & Small Stock Journal; Jul/Aug2002, Vol. 86 Issue 4, p10
Provides an overview of biogas production in Nepal.
- Editor's Note.
Ahsan, Lubna // New Horizons (1992-4399); Jan2012, Vol. 11 Issue 1, preceding p1
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including one related to eliminate energy crisis in Pakistan, the other on investment in bio gas energy and the third on the growing demand for transportation fuel.
- Ontario, Canada FEED-IN TARIFFS COULD BOOST BIOGAS PROJECTS.
Ahsan, Lubna // BioCycle; Feb2012, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p21
The article reports on the statement by the Agrienergy Producers' Association of Ontario (APAO) that a review of the province's feed-in-tariff (FIT) for renewable energy will offer higher returns for them.
- From lavatory to laptop?
Tooher, Lucy // Green Futures; Apr2011, Issue 80, p6
The article focuses on the development of a methane fuel cell or biogas which could provide portable power for laptops and other portable devices.
- Anaerobic treatment and biogas recovery for sago wastewater management using a fluidized bed reactor.
Saravanane, R.; Murthy, D.V.S.; Krishnaiah, K. // Water Science & Technology; 2001, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p141
Investigates the anaerobic treatment and biogas recovery for sago wastewater management using a fluidized bed reactor. Characteristics of sago wastewater; Characteristics of synthetic effluent during start up; Variations of pH, chemical oxygen demand and volatile suspended solids during start up.
- Anaerobic digestion of piggery wastes
Andreadakis, A. D. // Water Science & Technology; 1992, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p9
No abstract available.
- Environmental Impact.
Andreadakis, A. D. // Compost Science & Utilization; Winter99, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p4
Discusses research being done on the emission of microorganisms from biogas plants by W. Martens, W. Philipp and R. Bohm. Objectives of the study.