Gas source / feedstock

Waste from:

  • Molasses (sugar cane)
  • Palm oil
  • Potato
  • Brewing waste
  • Elephant grass
  • Cassava fruit

 

TYPICAL VOCs

  • BT

 

Where does it occur?

  • Global

Geotech’s products used in SOIL SAMPLING:

  • Soil Sampler

 

WHAT IS IT FOR?

  • Heat / power on site
  • Electricity generation
  • Waste disposal

 

DID YOU KNOW?

Siloxanes are used frequently in industrial processes and many consumer products, therefore sometimes they can be introduced into feedstocks and then volatilise into the biogas being produced.  These silicon-containing gases can cause damage to gas engines and other AD plant equipment because when they are heated they form hard, glass like shards which damage surfaces and other engine parts.  There are various methods for removing siloxanes including activated carbon beds and siloxane removal systems.

We also have a fantastic diagram which visually takes you through the biogas monitoring process. Take a look!