BioEnergy

Containerized Bioenergy Systems

Waste is Too
Expensive to Throw Away

Biogas systems that arrive assembled for quick installation. The system can be scaled to meet the needs of your facility and can process animal slurry, food waste, and any other biomass to produce electricity, heating/cooling, biogas, ethanol, fertilizer, etc. By utilizing organic waste, the system provides an environmentally friendly manner of disposing of waste while converting it into both high-grade fertilizer and biogas which can then be used as heating, cooling, or electricity. Systems are available in three different models to fit the needs of any facility.

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Combine a Micro Digester

Reduce Landfills

Using waste streams to generate bioenergy saves the environmental and economic costs of disposal in landfills and reduces contamination risks.

What's Your Application

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Portable and Modular
Bioenergy System
135 to 960 lbs/day

for Food, Paper, Grass,

Liquids Recycling

The HORSE Empowers Our Customers to Achieve Energy Sovereignty and Utilize Their Waste to the fullest potential.

We can help configure both the energy output and the organic matter output to maximize economic, environmental, and social value. Electrical power with auxiliary radiant heat and lighting is standard but it can also be modified for optional prime power, heat, or hot water. Organic matter as a liquid emulsion is standard but it can also be modified for optional compost, fertilizer, and dried pellets. Gas storage is included to allow daily energy production to match peak demand patterns. Feedstock preparation, power generation, output recovery are integrated into the design. The system is designed to be completely enclosed so there will be no odor associated with food waste, biogas, or digested organic matter.

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Portable and Modular
Bioenergy System
1,000 to 8,200 lbs/day for Food, Paper, Greenwaste and Liquids Recycling

NAUTILUS AD185 SERIES

High-solids Organic-waste Recycling System with Electrical Output

The NAUTILUS is a larger-scale version of our HORSE. It’s a living system that converts organic waste into energy and probiotic plant food with zero waste.

In 2019 we launched the NAUTILUS, 185 Series Bioenergy System. This larger system is still entirely pre-fabricated to minimize risks related to permitting, sitework, schedule, and weather delays. The system can be configured with larger waste and energy capacities, as well as strategic energy storage for off-grid disaster preparedness. The system can include waste recycling, energy storage, generation of heat, hot water, electricity, drinking water, and food production. 

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Modular and Scalable
Bionergy System
20 to 180 tons/month for Food, Wet Waste, Paper, Cardboard and Landscape Waste

OX AD550
Onsite Anaerobic Digestion for Small Campuses and Communities

The OX is available for delivery now in two module sizes: 240 and 550 tons per year.

This system is designed for corporations, non-profits, colleges, universities, and government agencies that have commingled organic materials for recycling or disposal. The system uses solid-phase continuous flow anaerobic digestion together with feedstock preparation, organic product finishing, and odor control to enable a distributed approach to zero waste practices onsite or within a small campus or community. The modular system is scalable and pre-engineered in a size range from 20 to 180 tons per month. This is the first time such a technology for food waste fermentation and bioenergy generation has been scaled down to a community or campus scale. Until now, the minimum scale and capital cost to obtain this technology has been closer to 3,000 tons per month at a cost of no less than $20,000,000.

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Portable and Modular
Bioenergy System
1,000 to 8,200 lbs/day for Food, Paper, Greenwaste and Liquids Recycling

BUFFALO BIOGAS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Designed for international customers that are capable of designing and building their own microdigesters

The BUFFALO Biogas Management System is intended to provide our customers with approximately 10% of the digester construction with the balance of the machinery (90%) to be constructed locally by the customer in their local economy. This is not a residential-scale system and is intended for customers that understand digester design, construction, and operation, together with the safety and risk-management skills necessary to build and operate a complete anaerobic digestion system. The system is designed to manage total gas flow rates of up to 42 cubic meters per hour.

Advantages

  • An ability to reduce disposal, recycling, and energy costs simultaneously

  • Minimal space requirements using onsite or local community based systems

  • Quick deployment to replace diesel/petroleum gen sets – and easily expandable

  • High Performance Visual and Environmental Performance – especially on odor

  • Onsite electricity and heat generation, or other forms of energy (lighting, hot water, etc.).

We understand that communities and organizations are seeking more sustainable and affordable sources of energy and methods of waste diversion. The best solutions are located at the source, yielding the greatest economic and environmental impact. Our systems are ideally suited to small to mid-size communities, campuses, and commercial generators of organic waste. The 25 Series offers continuous distributed, off-grid energy, reducing reliance on power transmission across the landscape, and providing energy independence and security.

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HORSE AD25 Series
Portable and Modular Bioenergy System

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The HORSE, 25 Series Bioenergy System (aka H-O-R-S-E) is designed to scale down the size and cost of anaerobic digestion (AD). This system provides on-site generation of energy from food waste and similar organic materials. This can reduce the environmental footprint of even a single cafeteria or restaurant by offsetting trucking offsite to distant facilities, while also offsetting less sustainable forms of energy with self-generated renewable energy.

135 to 960 lbs/day for Food, Paper, Grass and Liquids Recycling

NAUTILUS AD185 SERIES

The NAUTILUS is a larger scale version of the HORSE Series and can include waste recycling as well as energy storage. Power can be utilized as primary power, heating, hot water, electricity, lighting, or RNG (compressed natural gas) vehicle fuel. Additional gas storage allows for daily energy production to match peak demand patterns of the facility. The prefabricated unit allows for quick installation upon delivery and is designed completely enclosed which ensures that there is no resulting odor from food waste, biogas, or digested organic matter.

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Model Specifications

Maximum Energy Production: 111,000 - 910,000 BTU/hour

Organic Input: 1,000 - 8,200 lbs/week

Organic Matter Output: 815 - 6,600 gallons/week

Size: 620 - 6,400 sq. feet

Gross Energy Output (Maximum): 2.66 - 21.84 MMBTU/day

Electric Output: 280 - 2,300 kWh/day

OX AD550 Series

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The OX Series is currently available in two sizes: 240 and 550 tons per year. Units are specifically designed for corporations, non-profits, colleges, universities, and governmental agencies with larger amounts of organic materials for recycling or disposal. The system is prefabricated allowing for quick installation on-site and can be customized in various ways.

The OX Series Model is designed with minimal moving parts to decrease maintenance and operational issues. The system is specially designed to be compatible for dense urban environments and can be adapted to a variety of architectural themes. It provides an affordable method for organizations to decrease their carbon emissions and overall expenses.

Model Specifications

Organic Input: 20 - 180 tons/month

Minimum Size: 28,000 sq. feet

Gross Energy Output (Maximum): 2,040 MMBTU/year

Electric Output: 600 MWh/year

BUFFALO BIOGAS
Management System

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The BUFFALO Biogas Management System is intended to provide our customers with approximately 10% of the digester construction with the balance of the machinery (90%) to be constructed locally by the customer in their local economy. This is not a residential-scale system and is intended for customers that understand digester design, construction, and operation, together with the safety and risk-management skills necessary to build and operate a complete anaerobic digestion system. The system is designed to manage total gas flow rates of up to 42 cubic meters per hour.

The BUFFALO Biogas Management System includes:

  • A gas treatment system to control moisture and reduced sulfur compounds

  • Gas Meter

  • Backflow Prevention Pressure Control

  • Overpressure Relief

  • Surplus Gas Combustion

  • Auto-ignition of Surplus Gas

  • Flame Arrester

  • Gas Manifold

The gas manifold can be connected by the customer to beneficial uses like gas storage, electrical generation, hot water heating, space-heating, lighting, and cooking – all by others.