BIOGAS-LANDFILL POWER GENERATION

Biogas is produced by the breakdown of organic matter from locally available raw materials such as recycled waste. It is a renewable energy source with very small carbon footprint.

Biogas is produced by anaerobic digestion with anaerobic bacteria of biodegradable materials such as municipal waste, green bin waste and other organic waste. You can also include farm manure, raw sewage, plant materials and crops. The resulting gases such as methane, hydrogen and carbon monoxide can be used for fuel. It can be compressed (CNG) for use to power motor vehicles.

Fluidyne International Corporation has the knowledge and expertise to design, construct and manage a Biogas production facility. Contact us for more information or for consultation.

 

Biogas Process Illustration

Biogas Production Illustration

 

Biogas to CNG

Biogas to CNG

 

Anaerobic Bioreactor

The Anaerobic Bioreactor seeks to accelerate the degradation of waste by optimizing conditions for anaerobic bacteria. In landfills, consortia of anaerobic bacteria are responsible for the conversion of organic wastes into organic acids and ultimately into methane and carbon dioxide

Anaerobic Bioreactor

 

Biogas Production Chart

Biogas Production Chart

 

Prometheus LFG LNG System

Prometheus’ process design incorporates a systematic approach to purification of LFG prior to and while cooling and liquefying the feed gas mixture. The process also uses a novel method to reject N2 from the LNG. The optimal recapture of work and thermal energy increases the overall thermal efficiency of the system while minimizing its capital costs, according to the company.

Prometheus Energy LNG LFG

 

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