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Biogas as resources of energy


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The objective of the study described the importance of biogas and its importance. The biogas generally obtained from the waste. The so-called wastes that we discard and suffer with the consequences of improper management are of course partly huge energy and fertilizer sources that can support energy demands of cities greatly. Urban waste disposal is a serious challenge in all cities in the developing world, and its accumulation is an additional health hazard. Reliable and generally accepted disposal of the comparatively large amounts of digestate produced is necessary if biogas production is to be implemented. In this regard‟s discussion has been about the biogas production reaction involves, design and applications

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  • Department of Chemical Engineering, KIOT, Wollo University, PO Box 1145, Dessie, Ethiopia
  • Department of Chemical Engineering, KIOT, Wollo University, PO Box 1145, Dessie, Ethiopia


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