Polar Design Studio’s offers a highly successful business model to generate renewable electricity from anaerobic digesters at dairy farms, food and vegetable processing plants, bakery product plants, sugar waste and municipal waste water plants. Our model provides a long term waste and waste effluent management system, prevents local pollution and reduces global warming emissions. Biogas is a mixture of Methane and CO2 and is produced from the decomposition of organic matter.

Convert your organic waste, and effluent disposal problem into a profitable business enterprise by generating the following commodities for use/sale:

  1. Renewable electricity
  2. Hot water and steam
  3. Fertilizer/bio-solids
  4. Carbon dioxide offsets and Renewable energy credits

Our model from concept to final project, was implemented at the Dane County Manure Handling Facility (GL Dairy Biogas Project) now owned and operated by Gunderson Health Systems, Wisconsin to reduce it’s healthcare facilities carbon footprint. A project conceived in collaboration with three large Wisconsin farms. www.gundersenenvision.org

Besides generating a revenue, reduce expenditure spent on organic waste and effluent waste management and disposal that can be counted as additional savings from the project.
Turning a waste liability into a profitable business can generate revenues that reduce the impact of declining commodity prices and diversify income. The anaerobic digester waste to energy plants will businesses an additional source of revenue through highly valuable carbon credits and renewable energy while reducing the impact of global warming.

Anaerobic Bio-digester Plant Types

Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Bio-digester Plant main Sections

  • Bio-waste receiving and processing
  • Bio-digester plant and Bio-digester Effluent Processing & Handling
  • CNG processing & filling station

Combined Heat & Power (CHP) Bio-digester plant main Sections

  • Bio-waste receiving and processing
  • Bio-digester plant and Bio-digester Effluent Processing & Handling
  • Power and heat (steam/hot water) generation

Tri-generation (electricity, heat & cooling) Bio-digester plant Sections

  • Bio-waste receiving and processing
  • Bio-digester plant and Bio-digester Effluent Processing & Handling
  • Power and heat, steam/hot water/chiller cooling for cold storage
  • Electricity for Tube Wells
K&F Designed Bio-digester Plant in Germany

Bio-digester Technology

At Polar Design Studio we can provide an in depth analysis and feasibility of bio gas project. We can take you through the steps from conceptual design, financial analysis to implementation. We can guide on the different bio digestor technologies and the one most suited to your project needs.

Agricultural and industrial, one and two stage mesophilic and thermophilic wet and dry fermentation plants; biogas plants for fermentation of cattle, pig, poultry manure, co-fermentation and bio-waste fermentation plants. The fermentation of wide range of substrates from grass silage, corn silage, bio-waste, manure, fats, kitchen wastes and many other organic wastes are part of spectrum. We can provide complete technology services from, planning, detailed engineering, construction supervision, commissioning, training, guarantee testing and after service technical support to optimize plant operation, maintenance for maximizing return on investment.

Agriculture based economies present an opportunity for a sustainable business model that is profitable, providing a permanent solution for proper disposal of large quantities of manure generated at dairy farms and other large live stock operations. Major problems associated with waste generated from livestock operations are surface and ground water contamination, increase in phosphate levels, pathogens and air pollution caused by odor, dust, ammonia and methane. Climate change has led to a serious concern about large quantities of methane emissions from existing manure management and storage practices contributing to global warming. Methane is 21 times more potent than carbon dioxide
as a greenhouse gas.

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