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Optimizing the Biogas Production Process

Wastewater treatment systems used in conjunction with digesters use various mechanisms and techniques to return contaminated water to its initial state. CleanCap considers the specific function and role of each component and deliver an efficient, cohesive, and properly integrated system.

In wastewater treatment, anaerobic digesters help to manage waste and produce renewable energy. The anaerobic digestion wastewater treatment process involves a series of processes where wastewater biosolids are broken down by bacteria in the absence of oxygen. Once the bacteria consumes the suspended particles, all solid matter is then removed before the digesters break down the waste and create digester gas (carbon dioxide and methane). The digester gas can then be converted to renewable energy to fuel onsite boilers, generate heat or electricity, and more.

CleanCap’s wastewater treatment technologies can be used to remove the following contaminants to optimize the biogas production process:

  • Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)
  • Dissolved Metals
  • VOCs
  • Soluble BOD/COD
  • Suspended Solids
  • Fats, Oils/Grease
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