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These links, which are definitely not a complete list and are randomly ordered, are provided as a service and have not been verified in any way. Listing does NOT imply endorsement of information or products and omission from the list is accidental rather than by design. Some of the links are used in the "Beginners Guide to Biogas", your browser should highlight those you have already visited if you have History on.
- The Biogas Wiki
- There is an Australian Biogas Group on Google
- The Ashden Awards site has a biogas page and several case studies
- There is lots of information on the FACT Foundation website
- University of Guelph provides a Safety Course
- Thomas Culhane has a Blog (about more than biogas) and is a National Geographic Emerging Explorer
- Swedish Gas Technology Centre, SGC, covers both Anaerobic Digestion and Thermochemical processes (with an English version as well!)
- Overview of biogas in low and middle income countries (report at bottom of page).
- A low tech approach (in Spanish)
- Kingdom Bioenergy Ltd - simple biodigesters
- Berrybank Farm - an Australian case study
- Biofuelswork has a section on biogas
- IEA Task 37
- Department of Bioenergy, University of Southern Denmark
- A Pat Solution
- UASB Publications page
- Rutan Research
- Anaerobic Digestion in Belgium
- Camphill Community, Ballytobin, Ireland You need to Click on "BEFOS biogas"
- Australian Methane Workbook
- Gasworks (Note: may load some extra commercial sites)
- Spectrum Renewable Energy
- PRACTICALLY GREEN who provide the following links:
- ANAEROBIC DIGESTER SYSTEMS
- DIGESTER KITS AND COMPONENTS
- BIOGAS COMPRESSORS AND GAS BOOSTERS
- BIOGAS ENGINES/CHP UNITS
For other information try
- Instruments and Fittings
- The home of Digeston Listserver and Archive or Archive prior to 2003
- ManureNet - Canada - information about materials you may try digesting
- Ollies World (for younger people interested in a wider range of environmental issues)
- Engineers without Borders
- Greening India
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