Biogas production has the potential to provide three benefits for green energy, waste management, and bio-fertilizers. The process involves converting organic waste materials, such as agricultural waste and food scraps, into methane-rich biogas through anaerobic digestion. This biogas can then be used to generate electricity and heat, reducing the reliance on fossil fuels. Additionally, the waste materials are broken down, reducing the amount of waste in landfills, and the process produces nutrient-rich fertilizer for crops. In summary, biogas production can play a significant role in creating a sustainable future. In recent decades, membrane materials have been used and improved to become a proven solution for covering the roof of anaerobic digesters. Coated textiles, with advanced technical properties such as good gas barrier properties, flexibility, and durability, are ideal for this application. The aim of this paper is to provide the reader with a clear understanding of biogas production and the focus on the impact of some plasticizers which can be used for the development of a gas membrane in anaerobic digesters.

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Published on 19/10/23
Submitted on 19/10/23

Volume New Membrane Materials, 2023
DOI: 10.23967/c.membranes.2023.003
Licence: CC BY-NC-SA license

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