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Title: Renewable Energy Production from DoD Installation Solid Wastes by Anaerobic Digestion

PROJECT NUMBER:

ENER14R14

PROJECT MANAGER:

Lauren Fillmore, M.Sc.
lauren22642@yahoo.com

PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR:

Patrick Evans
CDM Smith
evanspj@cdmsmith.com

STATUS:

Completed

LAST UPDATED:

2/6/2017

REPORT DESCRIPTION:

The purpose of this demonstration was to validate anaerobic digestion of U.S. Department of Defense wastes including pre- and post-consumer food waste, waste cooking oil, and grease trap waste as a viable means of disposal and renewable energy generation. The project demonstrated the ability to digest these wastes in a controlled and predictable manner to maximize the generation of biogas, a methane-rich, high-energy byproduct. The project also studied biogas treatment to remove the non-methane portion of the gas including H2S (and carbon dioxide) with the goal to produce treated product gas equivalent in quality to natural gas and suitable for end-use applications and reduce mass of waste disposed by at least 60%.

Please visit the Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) site to access the engineering and guidance, final, and cost and performance reports (https://www.serdp-estcp.org/Program-Areas/Environmental-Restoration/ER-200933).

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