Tag Archives: Anaerobic Digestion

The future is now…

A couple of stories caught my eye this week. The first, in the US Sewage Could Provide Fuel of the Future. The second, in the UK sewage is providing the fuel of the present. OK, so that isn’t really a … Continue reading

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How to drive a car without a blindfold.

Operating an anaerobic digester can be similar to driving a car with a blindfold on. As long as you are driving in a straight line and you don’t waggle the steering wheel too much you should be ok. The problem … Continue reading

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UK AD & Biogas Industry Awards 2014

At the University of South Wales, our Sustainable Environment Research Centre is home to the Wales Centre of Excellence for Anaerobic Digestion. We are proud to have been shortlisted for the 2014 UK AD & Biogas Industry Awards in two … Continue reading

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Methane producing microbes utilise biological nano-wires

A team at the University of Massachusetts Amherst have demonstrated that the methane producing microorganism Methanosaeta is able to produce methane from carbon dioxide in partnership with another microorganism Geobacter. In order to do this electrons are transferred from Geobacter … Continue reading

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