At Davidson Environmental , character and quality play major roles in the services we provide. Along with our overall mission, vision and values, we pride ourselves on developing waste reduction and management strategies specific to each facility’s needs and goals. We focus on helping your company recycle, reduce and reuse all possible waste while providing all waste services necessary for any business to survive.
In doing so, we have identified four main benefits that we strive to bring to every facility we work with. Keep in mind that approximately 65% of all garbage is compostable as you consider these benefits:
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What Happens After Your Organics Get Collected?
The BioGas process is part of a biological waste treatment method used in waste treatment plants everywhere in the world. The difference is that instead of releasing the gases produced during the fermentation process, the gases are collected and used as a fuel product.
- Liquid organic waste, animal manure and solid organic waste is led into a digester where an anaerobic process using bacteria ferments the wastes and produces biogas as a gaseous bi-product.
- The remaining non-digestible solids in the digester are collected as sludge that can later be returned to the ground
- After the digestion process, the liquid in the waste treatment plant will be rendered harness to the environment and can then be discharged into the rivers.
- This biogas produced is further processed, resulting in a gas consisting of mostly methane. This is very similar to natural gas obtained from the oil and gas fields.
- The methane and carbon dioxide gases can be stored under high pressures in cylinders. These gases can be used in other industrial applications. Much of the biogas can be used for fuel in vehicles, electrical power generators and for other heating purposes.
- With a gas engine, electrical power generation is viable. When compressed, the methane can be carried along as fuel for CNG vehicles. It can also be cooled to liquid and be carried along to power LNG vehicles. The natural gas can also be combined with diesel oil and used to run special bi-fuel engines.