It is a "cold" treatment, therefore it does not require any kind of combustion and cause few "natural" gaseous emissions which are completely absorbed in the biogas uptake and so in the subsequent filtering process of methane.
This process has proven to be very efficient for the production of biogas which contains on average 60% of methane.
In addition, any residual sludge from digestion, once treated, is stable and completely free from harmful microbes and can therefore be used for agronomic uses once ascertained that the nitrates are below the law limits or put to rest waiting for the natural nitrogen evaporation.
Biogas, adequately purified to minimize sulfur compounds and carbon dioxide, is well suited for energy use.
The biogas purification, in order to make the concentration of methane compatible with the gas distribution network, is managed by our biomethane upgrade system.
Thanks to the use of the Empowering Device, biodigesters can be built to obtain significantly faster performances than their analogues and with extremely smaller dimensions, being able to be hosted, if necessary, even in special containers but with standard dimensions.