Nidhi Darji, Nehil Jain, Neha Chettiar, Sunil Jadhav
Anaerobic digestion, Biogas production, Kitchen waste, Eco-friendly feasibility.
This paper evaluates the biogas potential and economic analysis from biowaste produced in an educational institution. This process is a widely used method for processing bio-waste to produce biogas, which will be more cost-effective and environmentally friendly, in addition to reducing waste to landfill, creating high-quality renewable fuel and reducing carbon dioxide and methane emissions in the institution. . In this method, fixed-dome devices are used for a biogas plant. In the methodology, we will get to know the gases and biogas proposal and the waste calculated from the institution. If properly constructed, solid dome plants have a long lifespan. It also saves space and protects the hood from temperature changes. Construction provides opportunities for skilled local employment. From this we conclude that a biogas plant can be much more useful in a college campus.
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Unique Paper ID: 159593

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 12

Page(s): 279 - 281
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