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New developments in methane production


Landtechnik 38(1): 16-17
New developments in methane production
A 2-stage installation, 4 m in diam. and 10 m high, is described. Slurry is fed into a cylinder which forms the preliminary fermenting stage, before it passes into the main fermenting area.


Accession: 001101972



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