Carbon Dioxide Remediation or Removal in Biogas

What is the difference between carbon dioxide remediation and removal in biogas? Both are processes that change the raw biogas to another useful form, but there is a distinction.  Carbon dioxide removal is a form of remediation, but it is a more sophisticated and costly step in the “cleanup” of biogas.  Normally, the reason to…

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Biogas

Biogas is a gas mixture developed from naturally occurring processes in nature.  Basically, bacteria that exist in our world digest organic material, and the by-product of their digestion is biogas.  Biogas is a mixture mainly of methane and carbon dioxide, but invariably contains many other compounds.  Some of the more significant compounds are considered contaminates,…

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