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Anerobic biodigestor design for conversion of wood waste to methane.

 
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Dear All

Greetings from the PNW.

Do any of you have any plans or experience with building an anerobic biodigestor for conversion of wood waste to methane?

Best Regards,

Marcus
 
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Cellulose is a difficult material to break down via microbial digestion. Considering this, then there is the problem of producing very small amounts of methane if any. Biomass gassification for wood is a better option.
 
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