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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    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 closure of carbon loops

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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    greenhouse gas GHG mitigation elimination of odours and conversion of in the case of agricultural manure and certain others input materials to biologically stable fertilizer At the same time biomethanization of volatile carbon components occurs naturally producing bio methane that can be used as high energy 5 to 6 kWh per cubic meter fuel Our ESBR design is specifically tailored to very dilute highly liquid organic waste streams which require treatment or processing including municipal wastewaters and represents years of combined experience The technology can be used in all geographical climate zones for materials with typical solid content of up to 5 and or Chemical Oxygen Demand COD of less than 70 000ppm From livestock operators with dilute manures to municipal wastewater treatment the ESBR is designed in each case to mitigate odours eliminate pathogens mitigate greenhouse gas GHG emissions and produce high energy content fuel If you are interested in receiving more information you can download the ESBR design reference document from the library section on this site or by clicking here For initial estimates and or application examples we would like to invite you to write us This email address is being protected from spam bots you need

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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    because of competing demands We have been asked on a number of occasions how our technology might be different The short answer is that our systems and projects use non food grade agricultural material convert a portion of these to stable feed take off energy in the process and process the leftovers that have no market value and would ordinarily be landfilled using our proprietary hydraulic digester into fertilizer and biogas The flue gas from biogas combustion after it has been cleaned is re sequestered in a greenhouse that produces food The nutrient solution produced as part of the digester output is the other key greenhouse input The end result from our systemic approach technology is an improved market value for non food agricultural goods improved livestock feed output reasonably priced electricity stable fertilizer and soil enhancement that contributes to re habilitating marginal land for improved crops and high quality greenhouse grown food In short an overall improvement for all concerned we will continue to publish articles as our projects progress in the meantime we appreciate all input comments and questions Oh and did I mention the system has zero environmental discharge and actively sequesters CO2 Last Updated Apr 30

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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    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 time of between 20

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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    me Password Reminder Syndicate Select Poll Select Poll from the list Who do you think made today s electrified society possible There are no results for this poll Search Latest News Dilute organic waste processing Food Feed or Fuel RENTEC signs contracts to develop CDM projects in Dominican Republic Statistics Visitors 611567 Popular High Density Hydraulic Reactor HDHR Technology 13405 hits Embedded Slow Biomethane Reactor ESBR Technology 13210 hits Hydraulic

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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    electrified society possible Nikolaj Tesla 278 48 Thomas Edison 212 36 6 Leonardo Da Vinci 28 4 8 Albert Einstein 22 3 8 Alexander Graham Bell 20 3 5 Bill Gates 19 3 3 Number of Voters 579 First Vote Nov 19 2005 at 09 30 AM Last Vote Jun 02 2015 at 08 31 AM Search Latest News Dilute organic waste processing Food Feed or Fuel RENTEC signs contracts

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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    online Login Form Username Password Remember me Password Reminder Syndicate You are not authorized to view this resource You need to login Search Latest News Dilute organic waste processing Food Feed or Fuel RENTEC signs contracts to develop CDM projects in Dominican Republic Statistics Visitors 611567 Popular High Density Hydraulic Reactor HDHR Technology 13405 hits Embedded Slow Biomethane Reactor ESBR Technology 13210 hits Hydraulic Biogas Reactor Design 12240 hits Polls

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  • RENTEC Renewable Energy Technologies Inc.
    me Password Reminder Syndicate contact Select Poll Select Poll from the list Who do you think made today s electrified society possible There are no results for this poll Search Latest News Dilute organic waste processing Food Feed or Fuel RENTEC signs contracts to develop CDM projects in Dominican Republic Statistics Visitors 611567 Popular High Density Hydraulic Reactor HDHR Technology 13405 hits Embedded Slow Biomethane Reactor ESBR Technology 13210 hits

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