The Anaerobic Digestion process

Anaerobic Digestion is a biological process whereby organic material is broken down by micro-organisms (mainly bacteria), in the absence of oxygen. In so doing, the organic material is “converted” into what is commonly known as biogas which consists mainly of carbon dioxide and methane. Methane is the energy component of the biogas and the quality of the anaerobic digestion system is often judged by the proportion of methane in the biogas. SeatechEnergy has developed and patented a unique method of anaerobic digestion which not only delivers more biogas, but also generates a biogas with a significantly higher methane content. Combining Seaweed and Anaerobic Digestion can provide many answers to the world’s energy, climate and pollution questions. This is renewable energy at its best.