Warana Bio-CNG Project
District of Kolhapur, Maharashtra India
The pressmud digestate from the BioBeetle has been used to grow vegetables at the Warana project site. It has been demonstrated that through the use of pressmud digestate as fertilizer, healthy plants can be grown, while enhancing the sustainability and the health of the soil. In addition, pressmud digestate does not contain any chemicals which can be harmful to living soil.
BioBeetle System at Warana Project site
Albany County Sewer District
Albany, New York USA
In June 2012, Spectrum BioEnergy completed a ½ ton per day demonstration project at Albany County’s South Wastewater Treatment plant that demonstrated the effectiveness of using anaerobic digestion systems for wastewater sludge and organic food waste to produce high quality biogas that can be used as clean renewable energy. The project received financial support from the New York State Research and Energy Development Authority (NYSERDA).
New Jersey USA
Spectrum BioEnergy will be using our innovative BioBeetle system in New Jersey to demonstrate use of our small-scale anaerobic digestion demonstration technology to convert horse manure into energy (biogas) and soil nutrient (fertilizer) for the purposes of manure management, methane capture, creation of renewable energy, and reduction of ground water contamination and odor. The project will be performed in partnership with Rutgers University, and with financial support from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service.
For more information, please visit Spectrum BioEnergy (www.spectrumbioenergy.com)