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Earth Recycler is your trusted business partner when it comes to establish or developing of biogas plants for safe, highly profitable and environmentally friendly energy production. We stand with best understanding of the entire process, from the disposal of waste and other raw materials, through processing, to delivery of the final product. Global environmental benefits of biogas technology

Earth Recycler Biogas Plants Earth Recycler offers durable, reliable and complete process for sustainable production of biogas. The initial investment can yield significant long-term savings, in addition to being environmentally responsible and committed. Biogas is derived as a byproduct of agricultural produce, wastes from food processing kitchens, sewage sludge. Our biogas plants size starts from as small as .5 cubic meter in size. By tapping into biogas resources with Earth Recycler’s proven technology, Biogas projects result in the:

The following are the principal organisms that are killed in biogas plants:

  • Typhoid
  • Paratyphoid
  • Cholera and dysentery bacteria (in one or two weeks)
  • Hookworm and bilharzias (in three weeks)
  • Tapeworm and roundworm die completely when the fermented slurry is dried in the sun
  • How it works ? Consisting primarily of methane and carbon dioxide, biogas is produced through the anaerobic decomposition of organic waste. Instead of allowing uncontrolled decomposition of these wastes and the release of gases into the atmosphere, they are contained in an oxygen-deprived environment such as a covered lagoon or aboveground FRP tank. From there, methane is extracted and burned to generate electricity or heat. Environmental advantages through protection of forests, soil, water and air. The widespread production and utilization of biogas is expected to make a substantial Contribution to soil protection and amelioration. First, biogas could increasingly replace LPG Cylinder & can take part load of power Generation Second; biogas systems yield more and better fertilizer. As a result, more fodder becomes available for domestic animals. This, in turn, can lessen the danger of soil erosion attributable to overgrazing.