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Magnesium Hydroxide boosts energy from a cogeneration anaerobic digester

John Van Wingerden \ February 12, 2020

 

 

Biogas production can be tricky. Biological system efficiency can be upset easily.

AMALGAM has shown strong improvement in biodigester stability, gas quantity and methane content through stabilized alkalinity and the active surface. Boosting biogas and power generation up to 20%.

In this webinar, Michael explained how you can use Magnesium Hydroxide  to improve wastewater treatment performance and boost biogas and power generation by up to 20%.

AMALGAM for biogas management

Energy from biogas produced from anaerobic digestion of wastewater sludge is a powerful source of renewable energy, don’t waste the waste.

AMALGAM can increase the quality and quantity of the biogas coming from anaerobic systems, and provide a significant economic boost for food processing plants and water utilities.

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