A range of packaged biogas plants. An exciting Australian innovation, BioBowser® is designed to be installed quickly and integrate with existing waste handling procedures at minimal cost with minimal disruption. BioBowser® can treat between 50 kgs and 20,000 kgs (feed-in volume at max 8% Total Solids) of organic waste per day. Suitable waste streams include animal manures, effluent, abattoir residues or food waste from processing facilities and large kitchens/ canteens/ holiday resorts/ mining camps/ retirement villages.
BioBowser® may have the following benefits for owners / operators:
Digestion of organic wastes (food waste, animal waste sewage etc) to produce methane gas
Food processors are increasingly subject to pressure on margins from energy, water and waste disposal costs
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A lower mainland dairy farm is growing thanks to something their cows produce. For the last thirty years, SeaBreeze Farms in Delta has been supplying milk locally. Now, the farm has also found a way to make its manure profitable too. “We’re always looking at ways to do things better and to take manure andRead More
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