Swine Farm Digesters
From Pigsty to Clean Skies
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a waste hog to deal with all of your hog waste?
Regenis builds, maintains and operates two different kinds of biodigesters in a variety of footprints to help you manage your manure and turn your waste stream into a revenue stream.
Biodigester Revenue Streams/Cost Reductions
- Biogas from captured methane emissions can run an on-farm electric generator and reduce your electricity costs.
- Farms can sell captured methane emissions to the local utility for a profit.
- Biogas from captured methane emissions can be cleaned and injected into natural gas pipelines as renewable natural gas (RNG) and sold as renewable energy credits.
- Solids (digestate) left behind after the digestion processes are free of pathogens and bacteria like e-Coli, so they can be used for clean animal bedding or sold as a peat moss replacement.
- Digestate rich in organic nutrients like phosphorous and nitrogen can be used on-farm for crops or sold at a profit as bio-fertilizers.
- Separated solids and liquids mean a reduction in “tipping fees” due to less volume.
- Manure from other animal farms can be imported and treated for fees.
- Concentrated digestate means a more precise nutrient application to farm fields, better soil health and reduces the chances of phosphorous or nitrogen runoff into local watersheds.
Click here to learn more about how Regenis’ manure digesters take in pig waste and help you manage your swine farm more sustainably while creating new sources of revenue.
Regenis builds, operates and maintains biodigesters in many states to maximize their durability and uptime regardless of the climate.
Watch the video to the right to learn more, and contact us so we can show you how to reimagine your reusable resources.
"Digesters are a great source of renewable energy for our customers, and we're enjoying our work with Regenis to meet our customers' demand for a smaller environmental footprint."
Manager, Renewable Energy Programs
Puget Sound Energy
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