Biogas fermentation which is also known as anaerobic fermentation refers to the process in which organic matter is decomposed to combustible mixed gases such as methane and carbon dioxide. The conditions for this process are the presence of various microorganisms, water, suitable temperatures and an anaerobic environment.
To meet the needs of the market, we provide professional solutions and gas analysis instruments for the detection of CH4, CO2, O2, H2S, H2, CO, NH3, SO2, etc. It can be applied to any biogas plants such as farms, kitchen and sewage treatment plants.
There are independent kitchen waste treatment plants in some developed areas. They are used to realize resource-based treatment of kitchen waste according to the concept of sustainable development.
The biogas fermentation treatment for kitchen waste is a stable process which needs less water and can recover methane. Besides, the biogas residue and biogas slurry can be used as organic fertilizer, etc. It realizes the comprehensive utilization of waste and has broad application prospects with great environmental, economic and social benefits.
In sewage treatment plants, the recycle and utilization for biogas can save energy and reduce operating costs. This kind of method is stable and effective. Under anaerobic conditions, organic matter in sludge is decomposed into methane and carbon dioxide by the action of acid-producing bacteria and methanogenic bacteria.
Today, the biogas treatment for aquaculture and agriculture waste was widely used in more and more countries. The raw materials are feces from farms and straw waste from agriculture. They are treated by anaerobic fermentation to reduce the content of organic matter. It also allows for biogas to be harnessed which can be directly used for power generation, heating or as chemical raw materials.