Rensselaer, NY, June 28, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Many factors drive the growing demand that organics must be diverted from landfills, not the least of which is the fact that organic waste can be turned into useful products, like energy and fertilizer. The most beneficial and cost-effective of these processes is called anaerobic digestion; it has been used thousands in thousands of facilities all over the world and has no unusable by-product.
CH Four Biogas is a pioneer of this technology in North America, and the systems they have designed and/or built use co-substrates; a mix of feedstocks from whatever may be available to the systems. These feedstocks include digestible waste products from food and beverage processing and other organic industrial and commercial waste streams. All of CH Four’s systems perform as designed or better, in part due to the innovative and efficient design, but also due to the ongoing monitoring and feedstock modeling services the company offers its clients.
Recognizing the growing need for anaerobic digester facilities, CH Four has now added financing partners to their portfolio of trusted design and process engineers, waste brokers, and construction companies. “CH Four recognizes the varying needs of our customers and we are able to offer a full suite of services from Owner Built to DBFOO (Design, Build, Finance, Own and Operate),” states Ethan Werner, CH Four’s director of operations and business development.
CH Four Biogas is experienced in the development, design and implementation of anaerobic digestion facilities for the agricultural, industrial and municipal sectors in North and South America. The company has designed/built and consulted on systems ranging in size from 100kW to over 20MW, with all facilities producing above the owners’ expectations. The company offers a full array of services, from feasibility assessments to digester optimization, and also assists with feedstock sourcing and project financing. More details are available at CHFourBiogas.com or by calling 866-730-6500.