Biodigesters convert organic waste into biogas, a renewable source of electrical and heat energy. Biodigesters trap methane that is released from organic waste (in landfills, compost heaps, etc) and produce biogas from the methane.
Biodigesters are made sealed tight to trap in the biogas created from anaerobic bacteria digesting the organic matter. When installing a biodigester, you connect it to various piping material, with a control valve to shut off the gas flow when needed, and the gas can flow right to your range. In addition to being used especially in cooking, the biodigesters post-digested material serve as a great fertilizer. Many people plant banana trees and other food-yielding plants near their biodigester to boost production. This an indirect way of producing energy, but it lends to the process nonetheless.
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