Biogas Digester Technology
Anaerobic digestion refers to the consumption of biomass by the nature’s micro-organisms when exposed in an environment where oxygen is unavailable. This process leads to production of biogas energy that can be used in heating and lighting.
The waste digestate can be used in the production of fertilizer for farming. This technology has been in use for some time but the current global environmental challenges have emphasized its importance in the modern times. This use of renewable energy has been seen as the most effective way of managing household wastes and is an appropriate technology for maintaining green house gases in the atmosphere.
Different countries continue to give appropriate incentives to individuals and institutions to build this kind of alternative energy sources. Most of the biogas digester in developed economies are large and consumes huge amounts of capital to construct.