What is it?
Anaerobic digestion is a four-step biochemical process usually occurring in nature. As a result of this energy-making process, organisms rearrange organic compounds in the material. To the human eye, it is the physical breakdown of materials and production of biogas.
An anaerobic biodigester boosts this process by providing the best environment necessary for efficient production of a top quality byproduct composed primarily of methane and carbon dioxide. This biogas maintains the lowest possible levels of hydrogen sulfide, a toxic and corrosive substance, through the removal process which ensures high efficiency and safety for the environment.