Re: Updated! Anaerobic Digester Database #ad
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This is another great market for biochar. Wood Vinegar may have benefits too such as odor control.
From: main@Biochar.groups.io <main@Biochar.groups.io> On Behalf Of Tom Miles
Sent: Monday, 16 November 2020 11:39 AM
Subject: [Biochar] Updated! Anaerobic Digester Database
For those who want to add biochar to anaerobic digesters, or carbonize digestate, AgStar has undated their livestock AD database:
Updated! Anaerobic Digester Database
AgSTAR has updated its Livestock Anaerobic Digester Database!
AgSTAR works hard to provide you with the latest information and data available on anaerobic digestion in the U.S. This semi-annual revision of AgSTAR's online database, along with associated data and trends, is now up to date as of September 2020. These periodic updates add new projects and provide the latest project statuses for existing or planned projects. Here are some highlights:
New Projects Come Online
Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Gains Popularity
AD Emissions Reductions and Energy Production Grow
Because the data are compiled from a variety of voluntary sources, AgSTAR cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information in the Anaerobic Digester Database. While the Program strives to keep the information as updated and accurate as possible, the database is not exhaustive and may not include data for every anaerobic digester project on livestock farms in the United States.