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Types of biogas systems
Biogas is a wide-ranging technology in that its use applications can extend from small units that provide fuel from organic waste for a single household to large agricultural systems that can provide systems
Fixed-dome plants are made with a sealed dome-shaped digester and displacement pit. Gas is stored in the upper part of the digester. As the production of gas starts, it rises to the top of the dome and the remaining slurry is pushed into the displacement pit. As the amount of gas collected increases so does the pressure and vice versa.
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