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Organic Waste Biogas Plants

Yeild Wealth out of Waste…

SESPL is involved in manufacturing, construction, fabrication of Biogas plants which is promising future need to yield wealth from waste. Our focus is to envisage this system for waste management at the core (Waste Generation) itself. We offer this system to Domestic & Restaurants for Cooking gas generation and also industrial centralised plants for Electricity Generation. It’s High-time for Apartments, Restaurants, Layouts, Government Sectors to think of installing Biogas plants at large scale-Centralised Plants for Electricity generation.

bIOGAS pROCESS

Biogas ?

Biogas is produced by the anaerobic digestion of organic waste in a sealed Digester. This Digester transforms organic waste into biogas by using methane-producing bacteria through a biological complex process at 38 – 55 degrees Celsius. More than half of the resulting gas is methane (CH4) the rest is carbon dioxide (CO2) and other mixture of gasses. A Biogas generated can be utilised for cooking gas or can be used for electricity generation by feeding into Biogas Generators.

Biogas is completely environmental friendly and CO2-neutral. The production process only generates as much CO2 as previously has been absorbed by the plants during the photosynthesis as if the ecological cycle is complete.

Benifits

Transforming Waste to Wealth

The need for biogas

Biogas is already known for several hundred years. Methane was detected in marsh gases around 1750. The first continuous fermentation processes were realized after 1900. In the beginning of the 1970s, biogas was relevant again in Europe due to the sharp rise in energy costs (oil crisis). Since 1980, the ecological assessment and presentation and thus the awareness of people have resulted in a major boost for biogas.

Biogas generation is a way to solve environmental problems:

Know How.?

Biogas is produced by the anaerobic digestion of organic waste in a sealed Digester. This Digester transforms organic waste into biogas by using methane-producing bacteria through a biological complex process at 38 – 55 degrees Celsius. More than half of the resulting gas is methane (CH4) the rest is carbon dioxide (CO2) and other mixture of gasses. A Biogas generated can be utilised for cooking gas or can be used for electricity generation by feeding into Biogas Generators.