Effat Biogas is produced by processing residual waste from livestock or human and animal byproducts (dung, manure and uneaten food), food production (fruit and vegetable waste, residues from meat, fish and dairy processing, brewery waste, food waste and much more) and effluents from industrial as well as municipal wastewater treatment plants. By constructing biogas power plants, agriculture assumes an important contribution to supplying energy from renewable resources as well as to the disposal of organic wastes. Digestates are produced as a by-product of biogas manufacturing, which can in turn be used as high-quality digestate. The implementation of the Recycling and Waste Management Act is perfectly implemented with the construction of rural biogas power plants from an economic and environmental perspective.
Biogas is produced by the anaerobic digestion of organic materials in a sealed fermenter. This fermenter transforms organic materials into biogas by using methane-producing bacteria through a biologically complex process at approximately 38 – 55 degrees Celsius. More than half of the resulting gas is methane (CH 4 ); the rest is carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) and Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S). A combined heat and power plant (CHP) with a generator transforms the methane gas into power and heat. Biogas is completely environmentally friendly and CO 2 -neutral. The production process only generates as much CO 2 as previously has been absorbed by the plants during the photosynthesis. The ecological cycle is complete. Effat developed cost-effective technology based on water scrubbing, dissolving and separating carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulphide through researches. The mentioned process is completely chemical free and the emission rate is very low. Recirculation and reuse of processed water will lead low water consumption. Upgrading it, methane loss will be approximately 0.2 percent or less than that. Relatively, our plant combines reliable biogas upgrading technology with compact design and easy to handle operations.