Digester Gas Mixing

Digester Gas Mixing

Sludge produced during the treatment process is pumped to digestion tanks. These digestion tanks are completely sealed off to exclude air. The temperature of the tanks is kept at a steady warm temperature for about a couple weeks. This creates ideal conditions for the sludges to biologically decompose. Methane gas is formed as a by-product from this decomposition.


  • Municipal wastewater treatment
  • Sludge digestion

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