Biomass-to-gas: a future rival to anaerobic digestion

It is becoming increasingly clear that producing synthetic natural gas (SNG) from biomass may, given time, become a serious rival to anaerobic digestion in the production of biogas, argues ENDS Waste&Bioenergy analyst Gareth Simkins

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