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A new but not common yet source of energy is processing organic waste in biogas plant. Waste may come from different sources, i.e. animal breeding (liquid manure, slurry, manure) waste from production of groceries (leftovers of vegatables or fruit, dairy waste), etc.

How to acquire electric energy from processing organic waste in a biogas plant?

Liquid manure and other waste are pump into tanks every day, and then they are mixed in specific time intervals. There is activated sludge in the tanks in which bacteria are the same as in peat soil or cow stomachs. After adding organic waste such as luiquid manure, slurry, or ford leftovers, microorganisms undergo biodegradation. As a result o fermentation biogas is formed of high methane content. In a farm with breeding stock of about 30 do 50 LSUP producing daily about. 0.75 200m³ organic waste, about 200m³ of biogas is created.
Kept in tight tanks, biogas is conveyed to a gas engine. Then, it propels a generator producing electric energy. You may get 1 KWh energy from 1 m³ of biogas. That means that a farmer of the above mentioned example may acquire daily 200 KWh of electrical energy. Biogas plants are then a superb investment for farmers who have their own liquid manure and they may add organic waste from local agriculture and food processing plants