Biogas holds great potential to substantially reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the transport sector.
— Read on irena.org/newsroom/articles/2017/Mar/Biogas-Cost-Reductions-to-Boost-Sustainable-Transport
Jozi steps up efforts to curb pollution
— Read on www.joburg.org.za/media_/MediaStatements/Pages/2018 Press Releases/Jozi-steps-up-efforts-to-curb-pollution.aspx
After we separate the waste we can use the organic for energy production. Waste to Energy is the cheapest and environmental friendliest way to keep our country save and healthy.
Biogas can not only offer you a opportunity to reduce your energy cost but also offers a proven environmental management solution for pig slurry.
Benefit for you:
Generate renewable energy that will:
Reduce cost of utility electricity usage (Eskom account)
Generate heat that can be used in piggery – saving fuel cost for heating
Give security of supply (own generation capacity – managing load shedding)
Replace fossil fuel with natural renewable fuel
Reduce carbon foot-print via greenhouse gas reduction
CH4 reduction which is 21 x more harmful than CO2
Reduce by-product management and handling cost
Reduce solid content of slurry with at least 70% allowing it to be put directly into a irrigation system
Improving the bio security of pig slurry
Generate a safe green bio-fertilizer
Find out wich size of plant will work for you:
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is energy made from living matter, usually plants. Bioethanol, biodiesel, and biogas are types of biofuels. Biofuels are considered renewable energies, emit less than fossil fuels, and have received increasing attention in the transition to a low-carbon economy. biofuel
This new column series highlights key energy trends by looking into electricity statistics around the world.It draws attention to global trends regarding the energy transition centered around renewables.
— Read on www.renewable-ei.org/en/activities/statistics/20180111.html
It is a good example for our country, organic waste is enough available.
South African statistics says, we can produce more then 2 GWh from organic waste.
Let us do it and fossil fuel reduction save our life.
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