Methanigen potential of biomass: stale bread ranks first in the standings
What is biogas?
Not all organic matrices that can be used in a biogas plant are the same, the main difference lying in their methane and biogas yield. This depends on the composition and quantity of proteins, fats and carbohydrates contained in the selected biomass. An example? Stale bread, which contains a high percentage of carbohydrates, has a metanigen potential of over 250 m3/t and animal blood of approximately 80 m3/t. For more on this subject please refer to the “Biowaste to Biogas” publication by Fachverband Biogas and V., downloadable in the annex.
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Head of Dept. Waste, Fertilizer and Hygiene Fachverband Biogas e.V.
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