Green Heat Biogas Digester
Biodigesters equipped with Slurry Separation Technology (SST) designed for waste management.
Green Heat Biogas Digesters are equipped with Slurry Separation Technology (SST), which allows the elimination of waste, recycle water, create dry fertilizer, and produces biofuel to supply the customer’s energy needs.
Users can obtain this product through a Pay-As-You-Go model or by renting the appliances in monthly installments.
Developing countries. This product has been already implemented in Uganda, Mozambique, Ethiopia, Togo, and Haiti.
Green Heat, Clean Cooking Alliance
Rural households and institutions
The biogas digesters are designed and built by Green Heat, after a free feasibility study conducted by the same company. Customers can request information through the company’s website.
By 2017, 580 biogas digesters have been installed in Haiti and different countries across Africa.
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Green Heat Biogas Digesters use Slurry Separation Technology (SST), which separates the slurry from water, creating dry fertilizer and recycling the water within the digester for the biofuel generation.
Depending on the customer’s specific needs and capacity, fixed dome or portable, flexible balloon digesters are available. Fixed domes are widely used by schools and institutions with waste management purposes, while flexible balloon digesters are commonly adopted in households with biofuel generation purposes.
The biodigesters can use rainwater, wastewater, and urine as input. Additionally, the SST system can be implemented in older digesters.
Green Heat aims to build personalized biogas digesters, adapted to the customer’s needs and capabilities. The SST system can also be integrated into traditional biodigesters.
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This product targets to reduce water utilization by 80% with respect to other biodigesters, by recycling the water from the waste.
The dry fertilizer created from the waste can boost crop yield by up to 270%.
The energy saved by using biogas for cooking and heating is double than that of traditional digesters. Additionally, the use of biofuel generated by the digesters can mitigate or even eliminate the reliance on charcoal and wood, helping to reduce deforestation.
There is a minor risk of explosion from methane build up.
J. U. Smith, 2013, The potential of small-scale biogas digesters to improve livelihoods and long term sustainability of ecosystem services in Sub-Saharan Africa, Univesrity of Aberdeen, UK.
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