BIOGAS AND BIOFUELS
Biogas, as its name suggests, is a gaseous fuel and originates from the degasification of biodegradable waste such as livestock waste, sludge from sewage treatment plants, waste from industrial effluents, etc.
On the other hand, biofuels are fuels with renewable properties that can be used as alternatives to regular fuels or blended as additives with diesel and gasoline.
They correspond to a by-product that can be obtained from certain types of biomass and their use contributes to the reduction of greenhouse gases, on the other hand, they reduce dependence on oil, increase the security of energy supply and also create an economy in rural areas.
The increase in the use of this energy source has been very high and has led to improvements such as: efficiency of production and purification processes, improvements in the performance techniques of the engines driven by this gas, etc.
Unwanted by-products are produced in the same way as in the petrochemical industry, but in smaller quantities.
Vacuum evaporators can be used to treat effluents from biomass processing with sugar and cellulose content, to generate solid waste that is easy to treat and manage, to treat biogas-producing gases and much more.
In addition, the added value offered by these applications could be the reduction of nitrogen, carbon monoxide, digestate volume, water and substance recovery as well as the reduction of sludge, operational and disposal costs.