Welcome to the MD Biogaz anaerobic digestion site in Bar-sur-Seine
Baptiste, Mathieu and Quentin use images to explain how their anaerobic digestion unit works.
Organic matter is stored by type in various places.
We choose them every day in the daily ratio set by the biologists.
We fuel the unit using different organic matter from farm operations and the land.
This matter will be broken down by bacteria in an oxygen-free environment and heated to between 38-41°C over 120 days.
At the end of this process, we get biogas.
This biogas can be purified to become biomethane. It can then be injected into the GRTgaz network for use in a domestic (heating, cooking, etc.) or industrial setting, or for mobility.