[Digestion] USA Industrial Food Derived BioGas Plants?

Ron Lahat ron.lahat at gmail.com
Mon Oct 4 12:07:47 PDT 2010


If you are looking for a system that takes Mmunicipal Waste separate it to
recyclable components and use the organic parts to generate electricity, I
have the solution

Currently a system that runs about 70tons MW per day; it is a scalable

If you have sufficient funds, I would be happy to set up a cooperation

Note that such systems require government subsidies, less than what the PV
world gets and you gain much more for the environment

Best regards,

Ron Lahat

On Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 8:26 PM, evans martin <evans7martin at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> I was wondering if anyone would be able to tell me if there are any
> committed plans to build food derived industrial biogas plants in the US?
> It is my understanding that there is not much experience with this sort of
> endeavor in North America and zero precedents for America.
> I am looking for case studies of city-scale industrial biogas plants as
> there are developers in my area who wish to build this kind of project and
> I would like to assist in this effort but am having difficulty in locating
> credible North American case studies.
> Projects do not have to be completed and any information would be helpful,
> but I am looking for data that refers to construction methods and
> contractors/engineers used.
> Thank you for your time and consideration.
> Evans
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