"A process that uses anaerobic microorganisms and mimics the digestive processes of cattle could change the way organic waste and biomass crops are converted into bioenergy. But with a more sustainable way of life and climate-change high on political and social agendas, the global thrust for new ways of creating fuels from biomass is gathering pace. The key distinction between this method and previous anaerobic digestion systems is that until now the development of continuous fermentation processes has proved difficult due to the design of the bioreactor. Bio source has created a system that can deliver anaerobic digestion and bioenergy via a continuous process thereby increasing cost effectiveness as well as scaling possibilities. âBiosourceâ technology aims to give that waste a valuable second life by breaking it down in a far more efficient and cost-effective way than is currently available and turning it into energy.""
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Last date updated on July, 2014