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Biogas is a product of the Anaerobic Digestion of organic waste in a Biogas Digester. It is primarily made up of methane and carbon dioxide, though it tends to contain additional gasses or pollutants that may need to be filtered out before use in some applications. The capture and burning of Biogas is a sustainable way to recycle waste, as the burning of the methane prevents it from being released into the atmosphere where it would act as a greenhouse gas.
Biogas can be used for heating, cooking, electricity generation, and producing hot water, among other applications and a number of commercially manufactured or do it yourself tools have been developed to enable it's production and use at both an industrial and a residential scale.
* Biogas Digester * Biogas Storage
* Biogas water heater * Gas electricity generator * Biogas stove * Revolutionary Biogas Air Conditioner