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Biogas - renewable energy from organic waste streams

Biogas is a byproduct from anaerobic digestion of organic waste streams at livestock farms, food processing plants, breweries, palm oil mills, starch factories, ethanol distilleries, paper mills and other waste water treatment plants.

Biogas is a renewable energy source and contains 50-70% methane (CH4), 30-50% carbon dioxide (CO2) and 0.1% to 3% (1,000 to 30,000 ppm) hydrogen sulfide (H2S). When the H2S is removed biogas can substitute oil and gas and be used for power and heat production or upgraded to natural gas quality.

Biogasclean A/S • Magnoliavej 10 • DK-5250 Odense SV • Denmark • T +45 6617 2177

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