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Dairy Biogas Treatment
Commonly referred to as biogas, conditioned methane gases can be used as an alternative to natural gas. Dairies have an opportunity to produce significant amounts of energy through the conditioning of their available biogases. Financial benefits and improved community relations now provide dairies with multiple incentives to employ biogas conditioning systems to manage these gases and create clean, renewable energy.
Biogas conditioning for power generation in dairy applications involves the removal of H2S and moisture (dehydration). This conversion of methane to energy producing biogas results in a clean renewable energy for power generation. Biogas conditioning for pipeline injection applications requires further purification involving CO2 removal. This gas may then be converted to valuable pipeline gas, providing additional financial opportunities. Cogeneration is also a valuable option. Revenue increases may also be generated by carbon credits. Carbon credits can be obtained when biogas is captured and not released to the atmosphere. In exchange for capturing these emissions, credits are issued as part of an international emissions trading plan. Polluters from other countries can purchase these credits, which are sold on the open market.
Western Biogas Systems consults with dairy industry teams to explain the biogas conditioning concepts and designs a biogas conditioning system specific to each plant’s needs. The most cost effective system is engineered and then fabricated to those unique specifications. Western Biogas Systems provides ongoing project consulting and directing. Additionally, project start-up services, gas sampling, maintenance plans and performance guaranties are also available.
Let Western Biogas Systems be your partner in finding solutions for
converting livestock waste gases to clean, reusable energy.
Together, we can produce a system which provides for the
reduction of carbon emissions, reduced equipment replacement costs,
increased revenue earnings and positive community relations.