Case Study: Lepper Trust - trapped smells produce energy savings for piggery, Taranaki
Trapped smells produce energy savings for piggery, EECA, June 2010 - Many piggeries have high energy needs - requiring hot water, lighting, food-preparation machinery and heating - seven days a week. Biogas is produced from the biological breakdown of organic matter and can be used to generate energy. A Taranaki piggery is harnessing biogas from its piggery feedstock to generate electricity, and hot water as well as reducing smells and CO2 emissions.Sorry! This document can only be viewed by Bioenergy Association members.
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