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4th International Biogas Markets Summit Brussels Nov 19 to 21 2007
Oct 02, 2007 at 04:14 PM
"Green Power's 4th International Biogas Markets Summit will bring together 44 market leading experts from 15 countries to discuss market acceleration for biogas in agri, landfill and transport sectors.
The Summit is the most effective opportunity to meet, network and be fully updated on all the key trends from policy decisions to commercial implementation, and will provide a solid base for making informed decisions and developing future biogas strategies."

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biogas futures
Jun 28, 2007 at 11:44 AM
To say that biogas technologies are gaining momentum may be an understatement - who wouldn't be interested in generating energy from 'throw-aways' - never mind the environmental benefits like greenhouse gas mitigation, pathogen elimination, etc.

Considering the many different things we throw away [manures from livestock operations, residuals from the food industry like cereal husks, leftovers and 'spoils' from the beverage and bakery industry, etc., etc., etc.], about 60 percent of which is organic and could be processed to energy, fertilizer and sequestered carbon reducing the carbon dioxide [CO2] in the atmosphere; it stands to reason that there should be optimum technologies for each one of these things we 'throw away'. - to that end we would like to invite technology suppliers to provide us with designs 'tailored' for specific waste streams for publication - you may submit from any geographic location but one condition does apply - source and history of the designs has to be made available upon request. - looking forward to submissions

sincerely,


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