Written by Crowcon in conjunction with Thorne & Derrick, this whitepaper, takes a closer look at the hazards that arise during anaerobic digestion, including those posed by dangerous gases, and how the risks can be carefully controlled and reduced.
Anaerobic digestion consists of a series of processes that use microorganisms to decompose organic or biodegradable waste. It is applied intentionally as a method of waste disposal, sewage treatment and to produce biogas fuels.
The process of anaerobic digestion is growing in popularity as it is viewed as an environmentally friendly way to deal with waste and also produces an organic fuel source.
As you would expect with the production of biogas, there are a number of dangers associated with anaerobic digestion that need to be addressed. The application of robust safety measures and risk mitigation are necessary for any business or organisation involved in anaerobic digestion.
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By Thorne & Derrick International