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Biogas Consultant

What does a biogas consultant or biogas expert do?  Biogas is a naturally occurring mixture of gases consisting mostly of methane and carbon dioxide and is produced from the decay of organic matter.  The production of biogas by commercial means is performed in landfills (landfill gas), anaerobic (without oxygen) and aerobic (with oxygen) digesters, covered and […]

Waste-to-Energy Technology Expert

What does a Waste-to-Energy (WTE) Technology  expert or consultant do?  Waste-to-Energy (WTE) is based on thermochemical and biochemical processes to produce alternative/clean energy from the waste feedstocks, such as biomass waste, municipal solid waste (MSW), industrial waste, sewage sludge, used tires, and other. Waste-to-Energy (WTE) technologies relate to Gasification, Plasma Enhanced Gasification, Steam Reformation, Pyrolysis, […]

Decentralized Organics to Energy with Containerized Anaerobic Digestion

By John Forcier, P.E., Lee Enterprises Consulting Most trash and recycled waste materials are being processed on a regional basis to maximize the economy of scale. There have been various attempts to gather and process organic waste materials utilizing similar methods, but the challenges are far from resolved. As we transition to the bans on organic […]

Plastics & Microwave Pyrolysis

Energy is fundamental to economy and survival in today’s social activity. Clearly the search of alternative energy sources would have a high priority. Therefore, minimizing the quantity of waste being generated from the source energy such as recycling could be a potential remedy in waste management activities. Disposal of used consumer plastic has increased with […]

Power to Save Family Farms and the Environment With Anaerobic Digestion

Farm-based anaerobic digestion systems have adapted in various regions of the world. The “European Model” relies on cash crops and manures with very high incentives and feed-in-tariffs. The “U.S. Model” is based on mostly or all cow manure from large farms (800 to 2,500 cows, or more). The “North American Model” utilizes cow manure and […]