This is a Sponsor eShowcase webcast presented by Evoqua Water Technologies
Biogas storage systems are becoming increasingly prevalent as municipalities aim to capture renewable energy produced from anaerobically digesting sewage sludge. While the current available gas storage technologies have been utilized for decades, the design of these systems are critical for effective and efficient performance of the downstream biogas utilization systems. Membrane gas storage continues to be the most economical technology choice for either tank mounted or separate storage containment. However, several key design fundamentals and features must be considered when selecting the product to be commissioned in order to achieve the desired performance, safety and longevity of a membrane gas storage system.
- Thomas Mangione, Technical Sales Manager for Anaerobic Digestion Products
- Matthew Bronk, Product Engineer for Biosolids Products
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