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Biogas to Energy Generation at Colorado Commercial Swine Production Facilities

Colorado Governor's Office of Energy Management and Conservation

The 13-state Western Regional Biomass Energy Program selected an OEMC proposal to asses the technical, economic and environmental aspects of biogas-to-energy generation possibilities at commercial swine production centers in Colorado. Biogas is a combustible gas derived from decomposing biological waste. Production of biogas such as methane is a result of anaerobic digestion, a biochemical degradation process that coverts complex organic materials to gases and other by-products.

Contact: Ed Lewis
Phone: 303.894.2383 or 800.632.6662
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