While researching for a large source of organic fertilizer I ran
across a company offering an anaerobic digester. They claimed any
organic type material could be used as input. My interest was caught
by the use of chicken litter, steer waste and piggy effluent. They
claimed an output of methane, CO2, and a dry bagable soil amendment with
a high N content. They claimed the sale of methane, CO2, and fertilizer
is an economical venture for the construction of the digester.
My question to this list is there enough "energy" in animal waste or
municipal waste for that matter, to justify such a plant operation?
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