Biogas Production from Animal Protein Waste, an Environmental Protection Technology Coupled With Energy Production release_irpfav2f4ve3bkxdkjtb35c74e

by Gheorghe Lazaroiu, Viorel Berbece, Lucian Mihaescu, Ionel Pisa, Gabriel-Paul Negreanu

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Anaerobic fermentation (digestion) of animal proteins was the technology applied for biogas production. This technology rose from the need for environmental protection, the direct incineration of such wastes being more expensive. A pilot plant with two-stage digestion was built, which allowed for a biogas with a competitive energy-efficient calorific value to be used. The paper presents the possibility of energy use of the biogas produced this way. Practical applications Anaerobic fermentation (digestion) of animal proteins was used for biogas production with a dual purpose: one was to develop a more environment friendly technology and the other to test the production of energy from waste. Thus the biogas obtained in the two stage pilot plant, proved its ecological and economic value.
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