Biogas from solid waste is a mixture of about 55% methane and 45% CO2 and other trace contaminate gases. The gas is created from anaerobically decaying organic matter. Biogas from solid waste is produced by means of a process known as anaerobic digestion, whereby organic matter is broken down by microbiological activity and, as the name suggests, takes place in the absence of air.
Biogas from solid waste in any form is ideal for the Biomethanation concept, which is the central idea of the Nisargruna Biogas plants. BARC Mumbai based on thermophilic microorganisms and microbial processes develop the design of the biogas from solid waste plant. The plant is completely gravity based.
Biogas from solid waste makes our energy production safer.Biogas from solid waste has no negative implications on the environment and is one of the cleanest fuels available.
Biogas from solid waste plants can be utilised by both urban and rural population, industry as well as households.
The biogas from solid waste produced provides smoke free fuel to your kitchen, can be used to fire boilers or for electricity generation.