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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    processes that operate within natural principles without waste Our technologies permit cost effective environmentally friendly production of these fuels in harmony with nature Filter Order Date Asc Date Desc Title Asc Title Desc Hits Asc Hits Desc Author Asc Author Desc Ordering Display 5 10 15 20 25 30 50 100 500 1000 2500 5000 Date Item Title Author Hits Apr 04 2008 at 05 23 PM Next Generation Bioenergy

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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    by administrator Jul 19 2009 at 05 25 PM Dilute organic waste streams such as municipial residential waste water food industry washwater etc have biomass concentrations that are so low as to require a specialized approach to make anaerobic processing to fertilizer and biogas energy feasible Our ESBR was the first venture into this area and we now have perfected a smaller footprint system that combines ESBR HDHR technologies into a next generation ESBR HDHR passive hybrid low energy processing system to make efficient use of the biomass contained in these very dilute streams The technology was designed for small communities and hotels in order to eliminate environmental footprints without the use of chemicals and or fossil fuels It is scaleable from very small food processors hotels lodges and remote communities to large scale municipal and industrial systems We are anticipating a series in the not too distant future that could complement maybe even replace septic tanks RENTEC is currently looking for reliable partners to establish a network of facilites and would like to hear from you Last Updated Jul 19 2009 at 06 43 PM Search Latest News Dilute organic waste processing Food Feed or Fuel RENTEC signs contracts

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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    5 to 15 solid content organic waste streams such as manure reliably and efficiently Substrates such as poultry manure are typically diluted to 15 total solid content prior to processing Developed during the 1970s and early 1980s multiple designs exist We prefer a dual chambered design for continuous mesophilic true anaerobic operation It completely eliminates the possibility of partially digested effluent leaving the digester Separate take offs for biogas digested effluent as well as sediments ensure continuous trouble free long term operation Mixing occurs due to equalization of a pressure differential buildup between the two chambers without moving parts eliminating mechanical maintenance mechanical failures as well as energy consuming mixing apparatus All fresh substrate entering the digester is immediately inoculated with bacteria and slightly alkali digested substrate minimizing the possibility of the digester going sour This also makes the design ideally suited for use with co substrates Since only fully digested substrate leaves the digester reduction of odourous compounds is maximized All methane is harnessed significantly reducing or eliminating GHG emissions normally associated with organic waste processing Hydraulic designs also have an advantage as far as internal energy consumption is concerned They typically use approximately 30 kWh thermal energy per metric ton of substrate even in Canadian climate conditions Since there is no mechanical mixer in the digester electricity is required solely for control systems and feeder pumps These requirements are typically in the range of 2kWh el per metric ton processed Net surplus of at least 85 kWh energy per metric ton of processed organic substrate can be expected Addition of co substrates for an optimum overall substrate mix with 15 solid content substantially increases biogas production and energy surplus Hydraulic Retention Time of substrate varies depending on precise temperature control At mesophilic temperature we can expect a retention

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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    operates entirely anoxic eliminating any possibility of internal corrosion It is designed to provide optimum microbial habitat while addressing all conventional digester mechanical issues associated with floating sludge layers sedimentation and cross flows without internal mechanical moving parts Specifically designed for high organic loads and maximum biogas production per unit reactor volume it is entirely controlled by a self optimizing process instrumentation and control system resulting in optimum digestion and

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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    according to the following stoichiometry with corresponding theoretical yields Considering all biochemical reactions the following table summarizes average theoretical yields by principal substrate group organic Substrate Specific Gas Production Proportional Content Carbohydrates 790 liters kg 50 CH 4 50 CO 2 Lipids 1 250 liters kg 68 CH 4 32 CO 2 Proteins 700 liters kg 71 CH 4 29 CO 2 Actual reliable continuous biogas yields depend on a

    Original URL path: http://www.rentec.ca/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=29&Itemid=59&lang= (2016-04-27)
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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    processes that operate within natural principles without waste Our technologies permit cost effective environmentally friendly production of these fuels in harmony with nature Filter Order Date Asc Date Desc Title Asc Title Desc Hits Asc Hits Desc Author Asc Author Desc Ordering Display 5 10 15 20 25 30 50 100 500 1000 2500 5000 Date Item Title Author Hits Apr 04 2008 at 05 23 PM Next Generation Bioenergy

    Original URL path: http://www.rentec.ca/index.php?option=com_content&task=category§ionid=6&id=23&Itemid=59&lang= (2016-04-27)
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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    by administrator Jul 19 2009 at 05 25 PM Dilute organic waste streams such as municipial residential waste water food industry washwater etc have biomass concentrations that are so low as to require a specialized approach to make anaerobic processing to fertilizer and biogas energy feasible Our ESBR was the first venture into this area and we now have perfected a smaller footprint system that combines ESBR HDHR technologies into a next generation ESBR HDHR passive hybrid low energy processing system to make efficient use of the biomass contained in these very dilute streams The technology was designed for small communities and hotels in order to eliminate environmental footprints without the use of chemicals and or fossil fuels It is scaleable from very small food processors hotels lodges and remote communities to large scale municipal and industrial systems We are anticipating a series in the not too distant future that could complement maybe even replace septic tanks RENTEC is currently looking for reliable partners to establish a network of facilites and would like to hear from you Last Updated Jul 19 2009 at 06 43 PM Search Latest News Dilute organic waste processing Food Feed or Fuel RENTEC signs contracts

    Original URL path: http://www.rentec.ca/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=53&Itemid=60&lang= (2016-04-27)
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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    5 to 15 solid content organic waste streams such as manure reliably and efficiently Substrates such as poultry manure are typically diluted to 15 total solid content prior to processing Developed during the 1970s and early 1980s multiple designs exist We prefer a dual chambered design for continuous mesophilic true anaerobic operation It completely eliminates the possibility of partially digested effluent leaving the digester Separate take offs for biogas digested effluent as well as sediments ensure continuous trouble free long term operation Mixing occurs due to equalization of a pressure differential buildup between the two chambers without moving parts eliminating mechanical maintenance mechanical failures as well as energy consuming mixing apparatus All fresh substrate entering the digester is immediately inoculated with bacteria and slightly alkali digested substrate minimizing the possibility of the digester going sour This also makes the design ideally suited for use with co substrates Since only fully digested substrate leaves the digester reduction of odourous compounds is maximized All methane is harnessed significantly reducing or eliminating GHG emissions normally associated with organic waste processing Hydraulic designs also have an advantage as far as internal energy consumption is concerned They typically use approximately 30 kWh thermal energy per metric ton of substrate even in Canadian climate conditions Since there is no mechanical mixer in the digester electricity is required solely for control systems and feeder pumps These requirements are typically in the range of 2kWh el per metric ton processed Net surplus of at least 85 kWh energy per metric ton of processed organic substrate can be expected Addition of co substrates for an optimum overall substrate mix with 15 solid content substantially increases biogas production and energy surplus Hydraulic Retention Time of substrate varies depending on precise temperature control At mesophilic temperature we can expect a retention

    Original URL path: http://www.rentec.ca/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=50&Itemid=60&lang= (2016-04-27)
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