Cooking gas from kitchen wastes!!/ Biogas plant- A multipurpose plant
There are a number of problems people have to face in this modern era. As we make a lot of developments with the now available new inventions, we don’t give much attention to the side effects they present us. The main defect of all these are the waste that gets accumulated around us. The three main problems faced today are:
• The difficulty of managing the household wastes.
• The non availability and increasing cost of cooking gas.
• The threat of diseases as a result of food waste and other impurities getting accumulated.
Benefits of biogas plant
The only solution to all these problems is biogas plants. The four main benefits of biogas plants are:
• Refines waste
• Produces cooking gas
• Provides bio fertilizer
• Produces electricity
Working of the plant
Collect the food waste, water after washing cereals, meat, fish etc in a vessel and then put the wastes of vegetables and fruits and other shabby food into it. Then pour this mixture into the tank of the plant. Along with these you can also dump the excreta of cattle, goat, hen etc with equal amount of water into the tank. These waste materials change into cooking gas and bio fertilisers. The cooking gas that gets collected within the plant can be transferred into the gas stove of the kitchen as needed through a pipe line connected to the plant. The bio fertilisers that come out of the plant can be used for agriculture.
Portable biogas plants
The speciality of the biogas plant is that along with the production of cooking gas, it keeps the surroundings clean and it is very safe to use. It occupies only a very small area and it is portable. It can also be easily transferred from one place to another. No labour work or digging a pit is required for this. Special models of biogas plants are available for hotels, fast food shops, vegetable shops and fruit shops along with subside. You can save more than 70% of LPG gas.