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Waste is a mismanaged and under-utilised resource the world over.
Waste is best managed at the point of generation. Transportation of waste only adds to building maintenance costs, besides increasing carbon footprint. Methane from organic waste generated in buildings can be integrated into the gas stream and can mitigate the use of paid gas


Portable biodigesters

gaspros portable biodigesters are scalable, easy & simple to assemble. These biodigesters involve no civil work and can be manifolded to suit the local situation. The biogas produced is 65% methane rich and can be used for power generation & cooking. Organic manure is also generated as a by-product, ensuring enhanced value for money. gaspros portable biodigesters are available in manual and automatic variants. The product is available in off-the-shelf capacities of 3, 5 & 10 CBM, which can be manifolded for easy scale-up. This solution suits the requirements of homes, apartments, restaurants, farms and more.
Biogas is released when organic matter turns to compost. This is raw biogas. Raw biogas has a mixture of inert & corrosive gasses along with methane. However, this cannot be used directly and a multi-step process is typically involved to render the biogas application-ready. Our biodigesters eliminate the need for these processes and consistently produce 65% methane-rich biogas.
-Simple, quick & Easy to assemble, charge, use & maintain.n-Rapid microbial activity & quicker gas production.n-Defined quality biogas output.n-Smaller footprint, Less space requirement.n-Portable & modular, no civil work.n-Low budgetary capital/CBMn-

Stationary biodigesters

gaspros stationary biodigesters treat both kitchen waste and sewage water to produce consistently 65% methane-rich biogas, which can be used for power generation and cooking. This solution also reclaims high-quality water from sewage, which conforms to recommended national standards, and can be reused for gardening and toilet flushing .This solution can be customised to suit the locations and requirements of schools, hotels, hospitals, gated communities, small & large housing projects & more.
Typically, waste from the kitchen and bathroom enter a two-stage biogas septic tank system where biogas is produced and then desulfurised. Wastewater then enters an equalisation tank where the flow rate is controlled. A three-stage aerobic tank system then treats the wastewater and reclaims it for use in gardening and toilet flushing.
– The reclaimed water conforms to recommended national standards, and can be used for gardening and toilet flushing .n-Biogas is collected and used, ensuring no release of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. As a result, no foul smell emanates from the system.n- Low operating cost (automatic operation, no need of chemicals, no sludge treatment, and near free maintenance)n