Anaerobic Digestion is the process in which micro-organisms break down biodegradable material in the absence of oxygen. This degradation is a natural process except in a biogas plant where it occurs under controlled conditions.

The desired product of this process is the biogas, which is a mixture of methane and carbon dioxide, and is the renewable fuel which is utilised in an CHP engine to produce electricity and heat. The biogas can also be further treated to produce biomethane for use in the natural gas grid, or alternatively as a fuel for transportation. The other product is digestate, which is a desirable resource with high levels of nutrients (N,P & K) and can be seen as an organic fertiliser.

Industrial AD Developments

B9 have a wealth of experience in developing large scale industrial developments which are used to treat wastes such as animal by-products, food processing waste,  out of date foodstuffs, as well as specific industrial wastes such as dairies, bakeries, distilleries, etc. These processes can be onsite developments to provide the industry with heat and power, or independent processes where all forms of organic waste are treated.

 B9 are interested in working with people who may have suitable sites and waste streams, so please contact out office if you would like us to carry out a feasibility assessment.


Agricultural AD Developments

B9 are also working with the agricultural community to develop smaller on-farm solutions. These systems will be fed with slurries arising on the farm, as well other crops such as grass and maize silage. These developments may be carried out with individual farmers, or groups of farmers, whichever is more suitable to the development.

B9 are interested in working with people who may have suitable sites and waste streams, so please contact out office if you would like us to carry out a feasibility assessment.
 

Anaerobic Digestion is the process in which micro-organisms break down biodegradable material in the absence of oxygen. This degradation is a natural process except in a biogas plant where it occurs under controlled conditions.

The desired product of this process is the biogas, which is a mixture of methane and carbon dioxide, and is the renewable fuel which is utilised in an CHP engine to produce electricity and heat. The biogas can also be further treated to produce biomethane for use in the natural gas grid, or alternatively as a fuel for transportation. The other product is digestate, which is a desirable resource with high levels of nutrients (N,P & K) and can be seen as an organic fertiliser.

Industrial AD Developments

B9 have a wealth of experience in developing large scale industrial developments which are used to treat wastes such as animal by-products, food processing waste,  out of date foodstuffs, as well as specific industrial wastes such as dairies, bakeries, distilleries, etc. These processes can be onsite developments to provide the industry with heat and power, or independent processes where all forms of organic waste are treated.

 B9 are interested in working with people who may have suitable sites and waste streams, so please contact out office if you would like us to carry out a feasibility assessment.


Agricultural AD Developments

B9 are also working with the agricultural community to develop smaller on-farm solutions. These systems will be fed with slurries arising on the farm, as well other crops such as grass and maize silage. These developments may be carried out with individual farmers, or groups of farmers, whichever is more suitable to the development.

B9 are interested in working with people who may have suitable sites and waste streams, so please contact out office if you would like us to carry out a feasibility assessment.
 

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