Bangalore Water Treatment Biogas Plant Constructors in Bengaluru
Biogas Plant Constructors in Bengaluru

Biogas in India has been traditionally based on dairy manure as feedstock and these "gobar" gas plants have been in operation for a long period of time, especially in rural India. In the last 2–3 decades, research organizations with a focus on rural energy security have enhanced the design of the systems resulting in newer efficient low cost designs such as the Deenabandhu model.


The Deenabandhu Model is a new biogas-production model popular in India. (Deenabandhu means "friend of the helpless.") The unit usually has a capacity of 2 to 3 cubic metre. It is constructed using bricks or by a ferrocement mixture. In India, the brick model costs slightly more than the ferrocement model; however, India's Ministry of New and Renewable Energy offers some subsidy per model constructed.


Biogas which is mainly methane/natural gas can also be used for generating protein-rich cattle, poultry and fish feed in villages economically by cultivating Methylococcus capsulatus bacteria culture with tiny land and water footprint. The carbon dioxide gas produced as a by-product from these plants can be put to use in cheaper production of algae oil or spirulina from algaculture particularly in tropical countries like India which can displace the prime position of crude oil in near future. Union government of India is implementing many schemes to utilize productively the agro-waste or biomass in rural areas to uplift the rural economy and job potential. With these plants, the non-edible biomass or waste of edible biomass is converted into high-value products without any water pollution or greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

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