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Making treatment facilities net generators of renewable energy and providing solutions for biosolids management
Anaergia provides solutions to convert flare gas into renewable electricity and heat for plant operations.
Internal combustion engines provide a flexible and efficient means of converting biogas into base load electricity for plant operations or sale to the grid.
Heat recovery systems are utilized to capture waste heat that can be utilized for offsetting natural gas demand for digester heating or biosolids drying
Towards a “Zero Organic Waste Future” for Los Angeles: Anaergia to Build a Food Waste Recovery Facility for Waste Management and Generate Renewable Energy
Date Posted: 2017-12-06
"This project provides MSU the ability to demonstrate how anaerobic digestion can address the critical issues of society including food, environment an..."
Ajit Srivastava, Chairperson of the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering at Michigan State University